Atticus was the fussiest baby I have ever known. He is my sister’s first born, and since everything has always come to Katie pretty easily, Atticus did his best to give her a real challenge. At first I didn’t believe a baby could cry all the time, but Atticus proved me wrong. Unless he was eating, he was crying. Since she couldn’t feed him all day long, Katie started researching. Katie learned that babies love to be swaddled, good and tight, because it helps them feel secure and safe. The baby swaddle mimics the life these little ones had in the womb. And in a miraculous way, swaddling little Atticus up, calmed him.
Katie was expert at the baby swaddle, but some of us moms couldn’t keep the blanket wrapped tightly enough around our babies. They’d soon wriggle their little arms out and be upset again. So, you can imagine how happy I was to hear of the Woombie. The Woombie does all the swaddling work for you. It was designed by an RN and infant care specialist—which I love, because I can trust it for safety. Not only does it prevent the baby from squirming her way out of the swaddle, it prevents loose blankets from getting close to her face in sleep. The Woombie allows for natural movement of the arms and legs, but prevents the flailing that often wakes and upsets them.
Babies swaddled in a Woombie look so peaceful and comfortable. And cute too! Look at darling little Lucy in her elephant Woombie! They have some darling patterns available, so if you're like me, you'll want several. I’m just wishing there was a Woombie designed to fit me! I’d never get dressed again!
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