Baby Swaddles

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      Introducing the Whimzy Baby collection of swaddles - the perfect way to keep your little one snug and secure. Our swaddles are made with a blend of 66% rayon from bamboo, 28% cotton, and 6% spandex to make them soft, stretchy, and breathable, providing a sense of security and warmth that mimics the feeling of being... Read More

      Frequently Asked Questions about Baby Swaddles

      It is a cloth wrap that is used for a newborn snuggly, providing a sense of security and comfort similar to being in the womb. Swaddling can help babies sleep better and reduce crying by preventing their startle reflexes.

      Place your baby in the centre of the swaddle with their shoulders just below the top fold. Ensure your baby's hips can move freely.

      You should stop swaddling your baby when they start to show signs of rolling over, usually around 3-4 months of age. 

      Yes, our baby swaddles are safe because they are made with premium quality materials.

      When buying a baby swaddle, look for the right size and choose one made from soft, breathable fabric to ensure comfort and safety.

      Having at least 3-4 baby swaddles on hand is recommended. One for use, the other for the wash, and a backup in case of emergencies.

      The machine washes in cold water and tumbles dry on low heat are recommended. Avoid using fabric softeners or bleach. 

      It is not recommended to swaddle your baby in any random blanket or cloth. Using a properly designed and sized swaddle is important to ensure your baby's safety and comfort. This helps to prevent suffocation or accidental unwrapping of the blanket during sleep. 

      Improper techniques or the use of overly tight swaddles can increase the risk of hip dysplasia. It's important to follow safe swaddling guidelines and choose one that allows for proper hip movement.

      It is important to use the correct material to swaddle your baby during hot weather. Our jersey swaddles are made from a soft breathable fabric that is moisture wicking so your baby won't overheat.

      A baby should be swaddled for 2-3 hours at a time and no longer than 4 hours. Allowing your baby to move their arms and legs freely is important to prevent any developmental issues.