Transition from swaddle to free arms without losing sleep
Once your baby is showing signs of being able to roll, swaddling is no longer safe. Sleepy Hugs issafe for babies who have started to roll onto their tummy during sleepas they are able to move their arms into their preferred position.
The Sleepy Hugs Extra-Wide sack is designed for babies that need to wear a hip dysplasia brace, pavlik harness, rhino brace, or spica cast and sleep better in a swaddle suit that offers unrestricted arm movement yet provides just enough security to combat the startle reflex.
💤 soft breathable organic cotton, featuring 2.5 TOG quilting
💤 extra-wide sack to comfortably fit a hip dysplasia brace, pavlik harness, rhino brace, or spica cast
💤 allows baby to sleep in their natural sleeping position
💤 safe for when babies start to roll and can no longer be swaddled
Night time and early morning waking may be due to your baby being cold, all other factors considering. If you think about it, night temperatures drop to its lowest point sometime around 3am – 4am. As the night temperature drops so does our internal body temperature. Babies can lose body heat up to four times faster than an adult. So, it’s important to maintain your baby’s room temperature.
The recommended room temperature for a baby’s room is between 68F and 72F. Appropriate layering is also recommended underneath any Winter TOG rated sleeping bag.