1. lay baby on swaddling
swaddling - all you need to know
to make sure swaddling is practiced safely, it is best to follow
the advice and diagrams within this leaflet and follow any
swaddling instructions you may receive.
how to swaddle
1. place baby as shown with their shoulders lined up with
straight edge of the blanket.
2. firmly pull one side of the swaddling blanket around the
baby and tuck it under baby's arm and body
3. firmly pull the last side of the blanket around baby and tuck
2. pull one side around
swaddling is only recommended for the first 3-4 months.
your baby will need to wear just a bodysuit (and sometimes
a sleepsuit) underneath the swaddling sheet or blanket.
But this will depend on the time of year (and the room
you should stop swaddling before your baby starts leaming
to roll over.
make sure the sheet or blanket is no higher than your
your baby's head should never be covered with the
swaddling blanket, and needs to be clearly visible.
• heavy blankets should not be used for swaddling due to the
risk of overheating
• we recommend using a room thermometer, the ideal room
temperature for babies is between 16-20°c.
you should look and feel your baby regularly when swaddled
to make sure they are comfortable and not too warm or
3. pull last side around
always place your baby to sleep on his or her back.
ensure your baby is not swaddled too tightly to restrict
breathing, or too loosely so that your baby can move and
become entangled in the cloth.
• it is important a baby can move with no restrictions
throughout the day. They need to develop their muscles,
which will help them, to crawl and sit in the future This is why
babies should not be swaddled at every sleep or nap time.
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