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    About 13mths with DS, he wouldn't sleep unwrapped - MIL was cutting & hemming soft wraps for him once he out grew the muslins, lol.
    DD, day 3 or 4, she made it clear it wasn't her thing!

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    Default How long did you wrap your bub?

    Deleted. I'm tired.
    I was scanning my old participated ones and thought this was latest. Der.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Never. I don't get why anyone swaddled.
    What an odd statement.

    We swaddle because my babies seem to sleep better and for longer when wrapped.

    Why does any parent do anything? Because it works for them and their child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    What an odd statement.

    We swaddle because my babies seem to sleep better and for longer when wrapped.

    Why does any parent do anything? Because it works for them and their child.
    Some babies love it and others really don't.

    I only did it for 3 months.

    Some like the little sleeping bags too.

    Usually though I think first 3 months while they are small.

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    Default How long did you wrap your bub?

    I know this is an old thread.. But since it's been bumped up..
    We swaddled both our boys for at least 6 months in a love to dream swaddle. Best ever! I can't remember if we continued swaddling ds2 after 6 months but I distinctly remember having to take ds1 out of the swaddle once he was rolling around and pushing up from his chest in his cot.


 

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