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Swaddling 101

December 12, 2011

As a veteran maternity nurse and mom of three, I’m a huge advocate for swaddling (there’s a reason hospital nurseries across the country have mastered this skill!) Babies love the feeling of being securely swaddled, and new parents–once they get the hang of the technique–love what a calming affect it has on their babies. Even if you feel your baby doesn’t like to be swaddled or he/she cries the first few times you try it out, check out this how-to swaddle a baby video and keep working at it! It’s highly likely that once your baby feels that cozy, secure sensation of a properly wrapped blanket, sleeping and soothing will get a whole lot easier! Leave a comment below if you have any questions or if you live in the Boston area visit Boston Baby Beginnings for related newborn care education.

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  1. December 12, 2011 10:40 am

    Swaddling was one of the few things that helped my colicky daughter!

  2. December 12, 2011 1:21 pm

    Thanks for your comment–love hearing swaddling success stories!! 🙂 It definitely tends to help little ones who are colicky, which is one of the reasons I can’t recommend it enough!

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