Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018. by Leticia Solomon in Blanket.
Baby wrapping or what sometimes referred to as swaddling. What we know is that this is not a one-size-fits-all. What works for some parents doesn't necessarily work for others. So today, myself and a couple of other are going to show you how we wrapped our babies - and I know they teach you this in hospital, but they teach you while they're teaching you a thousand other things in a short amount of space.
And then you get home and most likely you've forgotten. So hopefully we can help you out. First, we have, Lindsey and she's going to show you how she wraps this little three months old, okay. So what we've done is just laid out the little Frazer out flat on the bed and put baby halfway um in the middle of the doll Fraser, we'll start off by taking one of his hands and just putting it downwards onto his chest. Take the corner of the wrap and do it across his chest: roll him onto his side and tuck the wrap underneath him roll him back again.
We'll take the other corner and say put that arm down onto the chest across the baby to make a V in the neck, lift up his bottom tuck. The ref underneath and around pulls tightly. Take the bottom of the wrap into a triangle: lift the wrap up into a triangle reversed lift the baby's bottom tuck, underneath pull over baby's shoulder again in a and the same with the other side, lift the baby's bottom tuck underneath 12 and tuck underneath and This is Kara she's, a neonatal nurse lactation consultant and mum of 5 okay.
So today I am using a muslin wrapper to the very thin wraps, which are really nice and breathable for the babies, especially in warmer weather, there, nice to use and I've got it in a diamond shape. And then we start off by taking the top corner and bringing it down. If we had a newborn baby would probably bring it down further down towards the middle, but I've got a big five-month bub, so I'm gonna just do a little corner here. I have more wrap to work with okay place him down and we make sure that the top of the triangle is at his shoulder height and then we're going to. I can show you both ways something you'd like to have their arms down. It makes them feel more secure like them near the womb.
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