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    Love to Dream!!

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    We got a love to dream today but need to pre wash it so will prob try tomorrow night. Thanks for all the suggestions 😊

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    I used a cot sheet to swaddle all three. Absolutely amazing!! No escapes. All three were and are swaddled with arms tucked down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I tried pretty much every swaddle on the market then came across this wrapping technique which was amazing. We wrapped DD like this til she was almost 6 months old:
    http://youtu.be/5K4VdZxwsu4
    Tried this today with our ultra light muslin wraps and it worked a treat! Perfect for our daytime sleeps. Thank you.

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    The love to dream Swaddle up has been great the past 2 nights. Bit hot to use during the day (still sooooo hot here) so we're persisting with the ultra light muslins for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Tried this today with our ultra light muslin wraps and it worked a treat! Perfect for our daytime sleeps. Thank you.
    Awesome! Good thing we found was we could use different weight wraps depending on the weather. And we also tucked DD in with a sheet and blanket when cold.

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