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    Default Sleepy wings

    Love to hear more from people that use sleepywings.
    Bub is 8 weeks old and loves having a fairly tight swaddle with arms in but those arms and hands keep escaping and getting cold and the startle reflex wakes him up continually. So would sleepywings suit him?

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    I used sleepy wings for my DD. They were perfect for her as she loved having her arms above her head. I used them with a gro bag or a tight swaddle around her body and just on their own during the day as she got older

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    I use them as well with a sleeping bag. When it's in the wash I use the love me wraps. DD loves her arms up.

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    Thanks DS likes his arms both ways bug when they are up his startle reflex wakes him. We also cosleep so not sure if this would be comfortable for him as he usually naturally snuggles into me?


 

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