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08-01-2013 13:20 #11
08-01-2013 14:20 #12
Re: 4 week old wont sleep with arms wrapped
It can also ensure they don't wake themselves up with the startle reflex. So if bubs sleeps well and is happy unwrapped and the startle reflex doesn't wake him, then no need to swaddle.
The same can be said for most parenting 'rules'. Certain things are rules as they generally work for most babies, but if something you do in any respect, doesn't work, try something else.
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