Organic Cotton muslin Swaddle wrap for newborn offers bright andcheerful designsto cater to moms with an eye for style. Aside from swaddling your little one, our swaddle muslin cloth makes the baby feel comfortable and Safe. Our swaddles can also be used as a nursing or stroller cover while travelling, as a changing mat, a portable crib sheet, burp cloth, swaddle blanket or even a kitchen cloth when your baby doesn’t need it anymore!. Swaddle is made from premium Organic 100 percent cotton which is breathable, ultra-soft and good for baby’s skin. It is perfect to wrap your baby and keep your bundle of joy comfortable and warm. These muslin cloth swaddles will make sure that your newborn baby feels at home no matter where you are.
Benefits of baby Muslin cloth Swaddle wrapping –
Babies who are swaddled sleep longer and more soundly.
Providing her with a sense of safety and security by mimicking the snug environment of the womb.
Swaddling prevents unnecessary wake-ups due to the startle reflex, which means better sleep for both of you.
It helps eliminate anxiety in your baby by imitating your touch, which helps your baby learn to self-sooth.
A swaddled baby can’t scratch their face.
Helping to keep your baby warm while sleeping.
How to swaddle a newborn? –
Use our lightweight LazyToddler muslin wrap to swaddle your baby. Rugs and blankets are not safe for swaddling as they may cause overheating.
Make sure not to overdress the baby under the wraps otherwise it will be too hot for the baby. If the weather is warm, your baby may only need a Jhabla and nappy. In cooler weather, your baby may need a lightweight jumpsuit. Choose as per condition.
Newborn babies are usually swaddled with their arms folded across their chest, but once their startle reflex is gone (usually around 3 months),you can leave your baby’s arms free so they can self soothe.
Ensure that your baby is on their back with their feet at the bottom of the cot. Do not cover your baby’s head and face. This is to prevent your baby from overheating and from the wrap blocking their breathing.
For effective swaddling, the muslin wrap must be firm but not too tight and it should allow your baby’s chest to rise normally during breathing.
The wrap should not be too tight around your baby’s hips and legs.