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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I'm not sure if this will help holly but I did find a magic wrapping technique which settled my super unsettled reflux baby. It needs a video demonstration haha. But seriously worked a treat for us until she was rolling. She loved it. Here's the vid:
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    Thanks for this, I actually have a miracle blanket which is a similar concept to this but all in one, I could bust it out at his last overnight feed to see if it helps, but if I remember correctly with DS1 he tried liked mad to get his arms out. He's currently in a love to dream because he loves having his hands up and sucking on them and also because I find it so easy.

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    So hopefully I'm not jinxing myself, but @gingermillie, last night I switched from his love to dream Swaddle to the miracle blanket after he fed at 3.30am and although there was a little grunting and leg thumping it was SO much better than usual and I was able to keep him in his bednest rather than hold him close to me and get a couple extra hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    So hopefully I'm not jinxing myself, but @gingermillie, last night I switched from his love to dream Swaddle to the miracle blanket after he fed at 3.30am and although there was a little grunting and leg thumping it was SO much better than usual and I was able to keep him in his bednest rather than hold him close to me and get a couple extra hours!
    Oooooh fingers crossed! I used to joke when wrapping DD that I was tying her up lol. But she loved it and it always calmed her. We stopped around 6 months.


 

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