Bamboo Swaddle Blanket - Teal
Our buttery-soft bamboo swaddles are designed with love to wrap snugly around your baby. Our swaddles are 100% natural knitted bamboo, soft to touch, yet perfectly stretchy to allow for movement of tiny hands and feet. Generously sized at 1.2metres x 1.2metres, these luxurious swaddles will grow with your baby, achieving a soothing, stay-put swaddle.
Swaddling is the age-old practise of wrapping your baby up to help them feel safe and secure. Wrapping your baby in a BellaMoon Bamboo Swaddle is like wrapping them in a warm Mothers hug.
The closeness of the soft fabric and the feeling of their little limbs being held snug, mimics the womb they were so used to for 9 months, helping settle your baby with less crying for a much longer sleep.
The security of the swaddle helps prevent your baby from self-wakening by their own startle reflex. Little finger nails grow at such a rapid rate, preventing face-scratching is one of the many challenges of your new baby.
Swaddling their little arms in place stops your baby from touching their face during their sleep, preventing another cause of self-waking.
Our Bamboo Swaddle material is often described as having the 'ultra softness of cashmere and the sheen of silk'. It is naturally hypoallergenic for sensitive baby skin and highly breathable - the perfect material for swaddling babies. Not only are our swaddles super kind to babies skin, but they are also super kind to the environment.
As a Mother, I want to help protect the world my kids will grow into. That's why I have consciously created our stretchy swaddles from bamboo, a highly sustainable crop that is fast growing and needs no fertiliser
Bamboo has a positive environmental friendliness, a luxurious soft flowing drape feel and is one of the most renewable resources on planet Earth.
Swaddling is perfectly safe as long as you follow safe sleeping and safe and hip friendly swaddling guidance for babies.
Current baby sleeping advice is to always lay your little one down to sleep on their back and avoid
front or side positions for sleep, especially if your baby is swaddled. You should stop swaddling your baby when they show the first signs of rolling over.
For independent advice on how to safely swaddle you baby, visit
the NCT website to read the seven safe and hip friendly swaddling tips.