Wrap your young baby up in this soft cotton Gro-swaddle covered with the cutest of little ladybirds.
grobag® swaddling is a cotton wrap that has been specially designed to make swaddling simple. Swaddling recreates the comforting and soothing feeling of being in the womb with a gentle pressure around the baby's body. Swaddling helps your newborn to sleep undisturbed by preventing the 'moro reflex', which is the tendency for newborns to startle themselves by suddenly moving their arms. Swaddling can also help ease the discomfort of colic in the early weeks. As your baby gets bigger, grobag® swaddling can be used for underarm swaddling too. A safe and sound night's sleep for your baby means peace of mind and more sleep for you!
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Made of stretchy cotton.
Machine washable at 40°C.
Lightweight shaped wrap.
No velcro, poppers or zips.
Suitable for over or under arm swaddling.
Suitable from birth to 3 months.
Accommodates baby's height of up to 24.4"/62cm and weight of up to 14lb/6.5kg.
If you're lucky enough to have a newborn baby or an energetic toddler, but could use a bit more sleep - you've come to the right place at the Gro company. Gro first became famous for their brilliant Grobags, the original baby sleep bag, but now they make all sorts of clever products that give you, parents, more, better, or safer sleep -like the Gro-clock which helps keep toddlers in bed for longer, or the Gro-swaddle that is perfect for soothing newborns.
To get the most out of your grobag® swaddling, make sure that you swaddle tightly enough for your baby to feel secure, but not too tight to be constrictive. To check that you have not swaddled your baby too tightly, ensure you can slide your fingers down the top of the wrap when the swaddling is fully done up.
Learn how to swaddle your baby with the simple steps below:
1. Lie the grobag swaddling fully opened on a flat surface. Fold the topdown slightly so that it is the right length to come up to the base of your baby's neck.
2. Place you baby's feet so they are just touching the bottom of the pouch when outstretched. Fold the front panel over your baby's chest, tucking it under the arms.
3. Wrap the short side of the wrap over the chest, neatly tucking the excess fabric underneath your baby. The fabric should be snug but not too tight.
4. Fold the remaining long side of the wrap over the chest, and carefully wrap the extended end beneath your baby, again ensuring that the swaddling is snug but not constrictive.