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    Default Love to Swaddle

    Has anyone had any success transitioning bub from Love to Swaddle to the Love to swaddle transitional swaddle where the arms zip off?

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    Yes I did with my DS when he was around 8 months old. Followed the instructions provided and transitioned him into a grobag. Didn't take long at all.

    I always dreaded major changes (eg stopping swaddling, stopping bottles, transitioning to bed etc) but he takes it in his stride.

    Hope you find the same thing

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    Yep, same as jamessmum. Just followed the instructions and he kept sleeping through. Did it at about 5 months I think. I've just transitioned him out of the 50/50 zip up swaddle to just a onsie in the last week


 

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