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  • Forum Thread: Swaddling and SIDS

    Someone just told me that swaddling is not recommended to help prevent SIDS. I could have sworn that I've read somewhere before that swaddling helps prevent SIDS. Which is right? I know tummy to play, back to sleep. I know about keeping a fan on in the baby's room. But to swaddle or not to swaddle...
  • Forum Thread: Swaddle

    do babies ever outgrow being swaddled? I have a 7 week old son who doesn't seem to like swaddled as much as he use to. He wasn't always a huge fan, but some days it worked and others it didn't. Now he really doesn't care for it.
  • Forum Thread: Swaddling

    My little girl is almost 16 weeks and she still has to be swaddled when she takes nap or goes to sleep at night. For awhile she was doing really well but she is getting stronger everyday and is able to get her hands out of the swaddle. This causes her to wake up in the middle of the night multiple times...
  • Forum Reply: Re: WHEN SHOULD I STOP SWADDLING

    We never started with our daughter because she fought it from the start. If he is fighting it when he wakes up then it is probably ok to leave him unswaddled. Aside from the comfort it can create for some baby's, swaddling is good for them if they havent learned to turn themselves over - if he can...
  • Forum Reply: Re: Swaddling and SIDS

    The only thing I have heard was the swaddling could help prevent SIDS, not cause it. We did not swaddle our daughter because she would cry if we tried to, but I think anything that can help is always worth a try. Try to keep everything light like BabyNurse3 said, we even had a light fan in the room to...