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    Ds2 was 4 months when we stopped swaddling and that was only because he wriggled lose all the time so we switched to grobags

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    Ds hated swaddling so he didn't even last a month.....ended up using a sleep bag but that didn't last past 5 months.....

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    The day DS came home from hospital. He hated being swaddled so slept in a onesie if hot or a grobag from 6 days old.

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    About 4ish months when he started rolling. Took a few tough days to get him used to no swaddling but no issues now.
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    We went to a Gro Bag with sleepy wings around 8 weeks as he hated being swaddled and then gave up the sleepy wings around 5/6 months.

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    I am an expert on wraps and the largest available sizes lol. She really loved being wrapped!

    I went to wrap me up 50/50's towards the end and transitioned her to a sleeping bag after taking out one arm at a time over a week. She still brings me her sleeping bag and says "Wrap me mummy, bed time" when she's tired

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    About day 2.

    lol.

    She didn't like it. She would grunt and groan and struggle so I just didn't do it. Everything worked out fine.
    This, although I think it was day 3 when we got home from hospital.

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    3 months with DD. She was born in October and by January it was too hot to swaddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    About day 2.

    lol.

    She didn't like it. She would grunt and groan and struggle so I just didn't do it. Everything worked out fine.
    My daughter was the same. Hated having her arms restricted

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    DS loved being swaddled. We stopped around 6-7 months


 

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