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    Swaddleme wraps. I found them amazing. And dd couldn't houdini out of them most of the time. Toys r us have them. I also got some from eBay.
    http://www.summerinfant.com/nursery/swaddling/resources


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    Try a coy or bassinet sheet, depending on age.

    I have the ergo cocoon and wrap me up but ive come back to bassinet sheets for my 2 week old.

    A sleep school told me to use it for ds1 and it works great.

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    I really liked Halo sleep sacks when DD was little. Kept her arms down and best of all they are Velcro so super easy to use! DD also had mild hip dysplaysia so I liked that they kept the legs unswaddled but still cosy.

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    I loved the stretchy wraps from cotton on. Have you tried wrapping like the happiest baby on the block guy says? YouTube it. Ain't no kid getting out of that wrap!!! When my lO got bigger (he was only. 2.9kg when born) we used the loved to dream swaddle suit things. Not as tight and comforting for them but we're also Houdini proof!

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    We've used Love to Dream zip up swaddles since about 3 weeks old, works a treat. They have their little arms up but can't startle and can still use their hands to self soothe which DD loves to do, especially if she's a bit windy.

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    I use L'il Fraser wraps. Only ones that work for me!

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    Love to dream swaddle was the only one that worked for us. Ds was such a little Houdini he could escape from everything!

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    Target are selling a zip up swaddle that keeps their arms down at the moment.

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    try a different wrapping technique with the wraps you have.

    here is one http://www.abc.net.au/parenting/pare...ng_newborn.htm

    but there are other techniques if you have already tried that one.


 

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