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    DD is 8mo and we have used Love Me Baby/Wrap Me Ups pretty much since birth. When she was very small, maybe until about 8weeks, we would swaddle in a lil' Fraser wrap when at home but use the wrap me up when out (you don't need to unwrap to get in and out of the car). She was an August baby so on cold days/nights we'd also lay a light blanket over her - basically you'll work it out as you go!

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    We used the wrap me ups and put a sleeping bag over the top worked really well. We stopped using the wrap me ups at 6 months and the sleeping bags at 17 months in preparation for her big girls bed. Now just using blankets that won't stay on.

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    Our DS never liked being swaddled so we started using grobags at about 7 weeks & haven't looked back.


 

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