Oh this looks great! My 4.5 month old has just become mobile. I feel so bad when I walk into her room and find her little head squished up against the hard cot. I'd love to discover a safe alternative.
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02-05-2013 15:57 #11
02-05-2013 17:16 #12
I'd love to review this. DS is 17 months old and has never slept for more than 4 hours straight. He startles a lot, hates the blanket and toss & turns constantly. He's too strong to be swaddled in the muslin wrap now.
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02-05-2013 18:12 #13
I have a 6week old that I am constantly having to re wrap at. Ight. Would love to review this. Address is correct.
02-05-2013 18:35 #14
We would love to try the safe t wrap! I have a 3 month old with Torticollis and as he is starting to try and roll I am having trouble keeping his body in position in bed.
At the moment he is in his bassinet and I am able to keep him from moving with a very tight sheet, but we are trying to move him into his cot (outgrowing bassinet), so this would be perfect to try for him. As part of our physio we have to manipulate his head so that he is always positioned on his bad side, but has he is getting mobile it is becoming increasingly hard.
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02-05-2013 18:40 #15
My baby wakes up cold in her cot every night.
Please pick me. I need a solid nights sleep.
02-05-2013 23:13 #16
I would love to try the Safe T Sleepwrap, my little 10 week old girl has long arms and legs and is a little wiggle worm and always breaks free from her wrap and wakes herself up. It would be great to see if this product helps with her sleep. My address us correct thankyou
03-05-2013 00:23 #17
I would love to try one. My baby has severe reflux so we still have to wrap her in a miracle blanker for her to get to sleep every time. However she is rolling all the time now and I am scared she will roll over in her sleep. I have tried weaning her on to sleeping bags but it makes her too unsettled and her reflux worse because she wriggles around side to side in them. This looks like a wonderful solution for her :-)
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03-05-2013 00:23 #18
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03-05-2013 08:51 #19
Yes please, I have a tiny 14 month old who will not keep blankets on and rolls around the cot all night, usually resulting in her waking up cold, it would be great to try this before the weather gets too cold.
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03-05-2013 09:51 #20
I would love to trial this for my 10 month old baby boy. My address details are correct and I will write the review before 23rd may..
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