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    Default Wraps/sleeping bags and blankets

    I am due soon and will have a May baby - looking for recommendations on what to keep baby warm in..I'm a bit out of touch of what to use and what is safe for what age etc..we live in a fairly warm place but it still can get quite cool.

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    The love to dream, wrap me ups are fantastic.

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    ^^ Totally agree! My 6 week old has been sleeping in his since he left the hospital.

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    Thanks for the recommendation! I went and checked the love to dream wraps out but am not sure - my first bub absolutely hated having his arms wrapped from birth - they needed to be free before he would settle - a free spirit I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bboys View Post
    The love to dream, wrap me ups are fantastic.
    Yes!! My DS loves these and so do I!! Will be sad when he starts rolling and I can't use them anymore!!

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    You can get a Love to Dream wrap where you can unzip the wings to let their arms free. DD loves it.

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    They also make one, I think it is 50/50, where the little sleeves can come off. I used this when trying to weaned them out of their sleeves when they started to roll. They are brilliant! Still use them today.

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    I just use muslin wraps (large 120x120) since birth till now. In the first month I wrapped him tight but when he started sucking his hand I wrapped his hands up. Sometimes I just wrap from underarm and let his hands free. He loves rubbing the muslin on his face.

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    I use sleeping bags (bonds snuggle suits and halo sleeping bags)

    And for the arms , my daughter loves her arms above her head so I use

    Www.sleepywings.com.au they stop their arms from hitting them in their face but can still move them comfortably

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    My bub hated bring swaddled but loved the Love To Dream wraps because she could suck on her hands through the fabric


 

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