Keeping your baby safe while sleeping is absolutely critical and swaddling or wrapping is a useful way to help your baby settle and sleep on their back.
The Love To Swaddle UPTM allows a safer swaddle for your baby*
There are a few simple steps to remember when putting your baby to sleep...
SOURCE: SIDS and KIDS; http://www.sidsandkids.org/safe-sleeping/
Swaddle your baby snugly, but not too tightly.
The Love To Swaddle UPTM expands & contracts to fit your baby, so reducing the risk of wrapping your baby too tightly or squashing their little hands; so long as you use the right size.
Always allow enough room for your baby's legs to move freely.
Swaddling babies tightly around the hips & legs is not recommended. Your baby's knees should not be locked together nor their legs held straight; particularly in the first 3 to 6 months.
The 'Swaddle UP' is ergonomically designed to give your baby room to move their hips & legs.
Always ensure the neckline of the swaddle fits properly.
The fit should be snug around your baby's neck & sit under your baby's chin. It shouldn't be too loose or too tight.
Dress your baby in snug-fitting clothing.
Traditional swaddles or wraps & loose bedding or blankets pose a suffocation & entanglement risk to your baby. Love To Swaddle UPTM has an ergonomically designed shape which is snug against your baby's upper body, eliminating any excess or loose fabric.
Prevent the risk of overheating.
Rather than wrapping your baby in multiple layers of fabric, Love To Swaddle UPTM is made from ONE breathable layer of 360 degree stretch Cotton Elastane, helping to reduce the risk of overheating.
Discontinue swaddling just before your baby starts to roll, or when your baby's startle reflex is no longer present - whichever happens first.
INPAA is a privately owned and operated organisation, is the key representative body in the Australian nursery industry. Its primary objective is to lead the development of safer nursery products and to promote the safe consumer use of products.