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    Default Love to Swaddle or ErgoCocoon Swaddle?

    Can anyone recommend which is better to use? The Love to Swaddle or ErgoCocoon Swaddle?

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    Default Love to Swaddle or ErgoCocoon Swaddle?

    Can't talk for the ergo but the love to swaddle was good till she started swatting her little hands on her face and knocking the dummy out which would wake her up... So we started to wrap her in wrap blankets but she's a little of an escape artist, I've found the kiddopotamus wrap to be best one right now, it gives her enough freedom where she can bend and stretch her legs and she can pop her hands into little pockets so she can move her fingers but she can't raise her arms so she doesn't wake herself up and the velcro is strong and in good spots so she's easy to wrap.

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    Default Love to Swaddle or ErgoCocoon Swaddle?

    We use love to swaddle wraps still with my 6month old. They have been great as she still wants to be wrapped but also have some freedom to move her arms a little.

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    Neither. The Love To Swaddle didn't work for my dd as she'd just hit herself in the face waking her up and/or knocking out her dummy. She rarely slept more than 45 minutes in it. The Ergo cocoon is ok, but the cheaply made in my opinion. We used the Woombie with great success. It's well made and much more comfy for bubs (zip cover is much better than the Ergo, etc) and it made my dd into a star sleeper!

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    Default Love to Swaddle or ErgoCocoon Swaddle?

    Thanks everyone. Sounds like every baby is different and it might just be trial and error my DD does like to hit herself in the face so maybe the love to swaddle isn't the way to go


 

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