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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I always feed Bub overnight swaddled. . in fact I've even been told by a few health professionals to feed swaddled if she is distracted etc.also I have some velcro swaddles where you can change their bum without unwrapping them! If I do have to change her in the night I just leave arms swaddled and change her bottom. Much harder with a blanket swaddle or muslin.
    What brand/where did you get these? They sound genius!

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    I swear by love to dream swaddle bags. They zip from top or bottom so you can do a nappy change and feed them without unswaddling!
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    http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com.au/vi...d=321049337110

    These are the ones I had I bought on eBay. They were great. .. good for dh too because he always had trouble swaddling!! She has grown out of them now except for the one that has a hole for a car seat harness. .. but the velcro is not great anymore. But I have been using them for 6 months!!!
    I originally got the first ones at baby bunting.

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    Thanks tamtam! How did you know I was an eBay addict lol

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    I use a love to dream swaddle bag they are the best! We co sleep so I haven't had any issues getting her back to sleep during the night since she was a newborn and developing night/day awareness.

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    I used to unswaddle, feed one side, change nappy, got to toilet, swaddle then feed other side, put in cot and ds would go to sleep. I always fed swaddledfor the last feed at bedtime even though midwives told me not to feed swaddled. "it's like coming to the dinner table wearing a doona"

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    I fed swaddled. Didn't/don't talk or really look to much at DS during feeds. I also found that I wouldn't let DS get to worked up before a feed. He was in our room until a couple of weeks ago and because I didn't want to wake DH I would get him after he stirred and before he really cried.
    In saying all of this DS always seemed to get day/night and would feed quickly and then go back to sleep easily from day one, albeit for only a few hours sometimes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    I don't talk to them, try not to do anything that will wake them up fully. Soft light and even some soft lullaby music
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    I go to my 9 week old as soon as he stirs and offer food. No interaction whatsoever. He generally falls asleep again as soon as his tummy is full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    Thanks tamtam! How did you know I was an eBay addict lol

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    Lol... how old and big is your little one mrst? I have 3 of these swaddles I'd happily post to you if you like. .. they are girly and really only for newborn size.


 

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