Newborn Swaddle Cotton Blankets
Experience the luxurious look and feather-like feel of our swaddle blanket for newborn babies. Featuring iconic baby prints and colors, our muslin swaddles are available in a broad choice of cotton-rich comfort knit that’ll make your baby look adorable and feel comfy.
Our multipurpose infant muslin swaddle blankets can be used as a swaddle, light blanket, change cloth on the go, pillow for tummy time, and cover on the stroller.
All Snuggled up
A newborn swaddle blanket is believed to simulate the comfort and safety of the mom’s womb by limiting the movement of the baby and urging it to sleep. Also, it protects the baby from scratching itself while it sleeps.
Our infant swaddles blankets are breathable and snuggly so that your baby can sleep in comfort. All of our baby swaddles are made of high-quality light cotton muslin fabric to keep your baby warm.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Should I swaddle my baby?
Muslin swaddle blankets can be a helpful sleep-time aid for infants in their initial weeks because the idea is to keep them cuddled up by swaddling. It protects your kids from the startle reflex that might disturb their sleep pattern. Nevertheless, it is recommended to always keep an eye on your kids when swaddled, to ensure they don’t overheat.
2. Is swaddling safe?
Whether you’re swaddling or not, the safest position to put your baby to sleep is always on it’s back. Also, make sure to tuck the blanket underneath your baby.
Always ensure that the bottom of the infant muslin swaddle should be loose enough so that the legs of your baby stay bent and flared out.
Make sure you should be able to fit two fingers between your baby’s chest and the baby’s swaddle.
3. When should I stop swaddling my kid?
4. How do I safely swaddle my baby with a muslin blanket?
You should not cover your baby’s face with the muslin swaddle.
Do not swaddle your baby above the shoulders.
Give your baby’s knees and hips ample room to move freely.
Do not swaddle your baby either too loose or too tight.
Make sure your baby does not get too hot.
Always place your baby on the back.