Swaddle Blankets - Blue & Pink - £4.99 *Reserve & Collect* @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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The original swaddling solution, structured design to make swaddling easier in 3 simple steps and is made from 100% cotton.
Adjustable wings to grow with baby and promotes safe sleep, minimises symptoms of colic and recreates the snugness of the womb whilst also preventing startle syndrome, suitable from birth to 4 months
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3 Likes #2
this gets a like from me, just because of the superb photoshopped picture!
#3
thanks, reserved one :)
#4
A question to experienced mums and dads out there....are these uncomfortable for the baby?

Confused whether to get this one or the slumber sack?
Slumber sack
#5
This is not uncomfortable for babies at all (even though you may think so). Find a book "The happiest baby in the block" - it's really good and what's more important solutions from this book work.
#6
swaddling is fantastic and the baby gets a good night sleep! got one similar from mothercare for £15 so this is a great price, dont know if they are as good as the mothercare one. :-)
#7
Swaddling is the best for new babies, esp if they, and many do, suffer from startle reflex. My son had this and my aftercare midwife told me to swaddle him. The startle reflex stopped after a number of weeks, but swaddling helped him (and me) to get a better night's sleep in the meantime.

Great price, heat added. Oh, and I'd suggest buying at least 2, so you always have a clean one.
suspended#8
Funny how mothers have managed to swaddle their babbies with normal blankets/shawls for years. Expandable wings indeed lol. Still, looks a good deal for the price.
#9
thanks nomeames good offer on slumber sacks half price also, i prefer them to swaddling blankets less fiddly esp at night, nice sporty design on boys one i have just reserved the last one at my local argos.

Edited By: NISH1 on Mar 06, 2011 15:46
1 Like #10
any adult size ones?
#11
Looks like the 'baby' from the film Eraserhead (shudder) .... :(
#12
Look! I'm the sausage in a sausage roll!
#13
Loving the photoshop !
#14
I wish people would pay more care to their infants than go for gimmicky items like this. Use a normal blanket and do it yourself, you will soon learn how your baby likes it.
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ju1cy
I wish people would pay more care to their infants than go for gimmicky items like this. Use a normal blanket and do it yourself, you will soon learn how your baby likes it.

How exactly is using a normal blanket 'paying more care' than using this?
#16
Swaddle blankets are good for about the first 3 months & sleeping bags (or slumber sacks) are good from then onwards. Hope this clears up the confusion. You can swaddle babies in any blanket, yes, but my son could always manage to wriggle out of them. He had a harder time in these velcro fastened, specially shaped versions.
1 Like #17
ju1cy
I wish people would pay more care to their infants than go for gimmicky items like this. Use a normal blanket and do it yourself, you will soon learn how your baby likes it.

I wish people would engage their pea brains before making stupid comments like the above.
#18
Dont know whether Im having a boy or a girl though so do i buy one of each????? :)
#19
Having just had a baby, hospital said not to swaddle baby anymore, which was confusing as I had to only three years ago with my little boy. They now recommend putting blankets across and tucked under mattress. Wish they would make their minds up!!
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nikkib123
Having just had a baby, hospital said not to swaddle baby anymore, which was confusing as I had to only three years ago with my little boy. They now recommend putting blankets across and tucked under mattress. Wish they would make their minds up!!


They have also recently changed their minds about weaning, now they say you should start weaning before 6 months again!!!

I think a mothers instinct counts for a lot!!
#21
My 10 month old hated it. She suffered from startling. She fought her way screamed her way out of the blanket. So gave up Yet my other 2 wouldnt settle unless they were wrapped up tight.. The Hospital also told me not to swaddle.
suspended#22
I think it's to do with overheating, if they are trying to break free they probably aren't comfortable so the fact this makes it even harder for them is slightly worrying.

A relative of mine got herself all worked up because her baby kept crying and had a temperature, doc came out and told her there was nothing wrong with the baby, just the mother had her wrapped up to warm.

You have to consider seasons when using these and not just age of your baby.
#23
My daughter would go mad if I did this to her. We were told (as above) to use blankets tucked under the matress, and even this irritates her.
1 Like #24
Swaddling only really comforts younger babies.
#25
Now £9.99, so expiring

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