The Best Baby Swaddles we are Loving for Baby #2

The Best Baby Swaddles we are Loving for Baby #2

If you have followed us since Aiden was a baby you know about our love for swaddles. We are all about keeping our babies swaddled as much as possible to keep them happy and calm in the early months. Aiden was a real Houdini. He would escape his swaddle even though he couldn’t sleep without one. Nolan seems much more laid back about being swaddled as long as his arms are out. We were prepared for either situation. Here are the baby swaddles we are loving with baby number two.

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Woombie

We used the Woombie exclusively with Aiden for bedtime. We are doing that again with Nolan. It’s like a little sleeping bag. I like it because it is really cozy and there is no way for him to break out of it. Plus, there is no extra fabric so I don’t need to worry about it covering his face. I don’t use it as much during the day just because it is such a tight squeeze.

Ergo Pouch

The Ergo Pouch is a new swaddle we are trying with Nolan. It is similar to the Woombie so we use it at bedtime. I like that it has zippers along the shoulder area so once Nolan doesn’t need his arms swaddled it can be used as a sleep sack. I also like that it has a two-way zipper which makes nighttime diaper changes easier.

Nested Bean Zen Swaddle Classic

The Zen Swaddle is another new one for us. We use this during the day especially when he is napping in the dock a tot or bassinet. It is lightly weighted on the chest and sides to simulate the feeling of being held. Usually, if we put this on Nolan he quickly calms down if he is fussy. I really like that it has two sizes in one so the one swaddle will grow with the baby.

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SwaddleMe

We used the SwaddleMe with Aiden but didn’t have a lot of luck with it. As I mentioned, he was a Houdini so he always seemed to break out of it. Aiden was also a smaller baby so I don’t think that helped. We tried it again with Nolan and it’s a lot better. We will actually use this one during the day and at night if we don’t have the Woombie available.  We have been swaddling Nolan with his hands up near his face which might be why he doesn’t try to break out as much as Aiden did.

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Miracle Blanket

The Miracle Blanket is another daytime swaddle. It’s a bit more complicated but good for babies that like to escape. That’s not so much Nolan (ours is leftover from Aiden), but we still like to use it. We usually use this swaddle with one arm out.The best baby swaddles featured by top US mommy blog, Baby Castan on Board

Zipadee Zip

The Zipadee Zip is our favorite for out and about. We keep one in our diaper bag. It’s actually a swaddle transition so we don’t use it for sleep so much. It is basically a wearable blanket.

It looks like swaddles are just as important with our second little one. I would love to hear if you have a favorite swaddle, let me know in a comment below!

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Hi, I’m Melissa! I am a mama to an energetic toddler, a wife to my amazing husband Dan, and I work full-time as a meeting planner. I started this blog because, after having my little guy, I quickly learned that exhaustion and baby brain causes you to forget some of the amazing (sometimes horrible and sometimes wonderful) details related to the first several months of raising a baby. Considering we may have more kids in the future, I want to document everything we do, so we remember what worked the first time around, and hopefully help other first time mamas along the way!

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