Love to Dream Swaddle UP 50/50, Gray, Large, 18.5-24 lbs

September 25, 2017 - Comment

The Love to Dream Swaddle UP 50/50 is designed to transition your baby from swaddled sleeping to arms-free sleeping. Parents know that swaddling their newborns is important. Babies between two to three months grow fast, and when they are able to roll over or show signs that their startle reflex has diminished, they are ready

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The Love to Dream Swaddle UP 50/50 is designed to transition your baby from swaddled sleeping to arms-free sleeping. Parents know that swaddling their newborns is important. Babies between two to three months grow fast, and when they are able to roll over or show signs that their startle reflex has diminished, they are ready to be transitioned from swaddling to arms-free sleeping. But this transition can sometimes be hard because babies may still have some startle reflex present and they are used to being swaddled. The Love to Dream team designed the Swaddle UP 50/50 – which is Stage 2 in Love to Dream’s 3 Stage Sleep System – to make this transition easy for both baby and parents. The Swaddle UP 50/50 shares the same features as the Swaddle UP Original, but with the added versatility of patented zip-off wings. The Swaddle UP 50/50 will gently transition your baby from sleeping snuggly swaddled towards having the independence of sleeping with his or her arms free. The zipper design makes it easy to go back to the original swaddle design if your baby is not ready to transition. Once your little one is comfortable with both wings removed, the Swaddle UP 50/50 can be used like a snug and comfy wearable blanket, but with baby still feeling swaddled. Since 2008, Love to Dream has been finding simple, yet genius solutions to everyday parenting and baby needs. Our desire was always to create products that looked great and more importantly provided a solution to a parenting challenge. The best news of all is that our products work! So everyone in the family will achieve a better night’s sleep. Functionality, usefulness and innovation are key for Love to Dream. It is vital that we offer products to parents (just like us) that will make their lives simpler and less stressful.

Product Features

  • Transitional swaddle designed for babies 4-8 months, 18.5-24 lbs, up to 29.5
  • Gently train your baby to move out of swaddling in a matter of days with the easy zip off wings. No messy unwrapping when transitioning to arms out.
  • Dual zipper for easy diaper changes without taking them out of the swaddle and no bothersome snaps, noisy Velcro closures or loose fabric.
  • All seams are sewn on the outside and all zippers are protected so there is nothing rough against baby’s skin. No noisy Velcro, snaps, or ties.
  • 93% Cotton, 7% Elastane

Comments

User says:

Works! I bought this because my 14-week-old son was beginning to roll onto his side, so I knew it was time to start weaning him away from the swaddle. I’d tried leaving one or both arms out of his regular swaddle, but he didn’t seem comfortable and he’d end up waking himself up by flailing around. When I stumbled across this, I liked the design immediately, thinking he could get used to sleeping with his arms up, while still being confined enough that he wouldn’t wake himself up, then he could go arms-out. It worked! Unfortunately I think we started using this right as he hit a growth spurt – he had a couple of good nights (with both arms in the wings) before we hit a rough patch and he began waking up 1-3 times per night to eat, or taking forever to fall asleep at night. It could have been a growth spurt in addition to him getting used to his new sleeping situation; I don’t really know. But I’m glad we started using this when we did, because it was just over a week later that he started…

Meg R says:

Great way to transition out of the swaddle I purchased this to transition my 4 month old son out of the swaddle. We had him in the Halo sleep sack and the nested bean swaddle with one arm out and once he outgrew those and started to show signs of rolling over, I began searching for a way to transition. I was honestly really nervous about the transition because he loves to be swaddled and has always slept well swaddled. I started with naps first and it took him a day or two to figure out he could suck on his hands, but he figured it out, sleep has been great and hasn’t changed at all from when he was swaddled. This is great because it still gives him the pressure of a swaddle around the torso, but his arms are by his face, allowing him to suck on his hands and self soothe, which has been very helpful in teaching him how to fall asleep on his own! The arms zip off and we are planning on doing one arm at a time until he he is able to wear it as a vest, but we haven’t gotten there yet 🙂 The material is not very warm. It’s a…

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