Tommee Tippee The Original Grobag Oatmeal Star Swaddlebag 3-6 Months 2.5 Tog

£18.99

Tommee Tippee Oatmeal Star Swaddlebag is designed to help improve your little ones quality of natural sleep by mimicking the closeness of the womb when wrapped. Also, slim fitting through the chest, with a roomy, hip-healthy bottom to allow your baby to adopt a natural ‘frog-legged’ sleeping position. Just like when they were in mummy’s tummy, Tommee Tippee Swaddlebag helps young babies to feel cosy and secure to improve the quality of their natural sleep. Wrapping or swaddling a baby with their arms inside soft fabric helps mimic the closeness of the womb and suppresses the startle reflex which can wake babies up. With this easy-to-use Swaddlebag, you can use the poppers on the armholes to either swaddle your baby with arms in for total snugness or arms out to allow them to stretch.?For super comfortable arms-in swaddling?with?no complicated wrapping or fastenings, simply lay your baby onto the Swaddlebag and zip them?in.?Should your little one need changing during the night, there’s?easy zip access?to help you tackle those?night-time nappy changes?without disturbing the baby too much.? The Swaddlebag has been designed to be snug up top and wriggly down below – slim fitting through the chest to enable full freedom of movement without restriction or excess bulk with a roomy, hip-healthy bottom to allow your baby to adopt a natural ‘frog-legged’ sleeping position, which is important for correct hip development. Tommee Tippee Oatmeal Star Swaddlebag 3-6M Made from soft 100% cotton-rich, fluorescent-free fabric, the Swaddlebags are snuggly and kind on baby’s skin – perfect for a comfortable night’s sleep 2. 5 Tog: suitable for use all year round and for room temperatures between 14-20C. 85% of babies sleep better in Tommee Tippee sleep bags: Baby sleep bags help little ones regulate their temperature while sleeping by ensuring there are no loose blankets for them to kick off. from an in dent study in April 2021 by Mums Views of 297 UK Mums, who currently use a Grobag