Anyone that has had a baby is aware of the beauty of the swaddle. I myself stunk at swaddling with a blanket, and never swaddled my guy with his arms in (regretting that now). He preferred to have them out so I accommodated. One thing about a tightly swaddled baby is that they are very restrained. That definitely serves it’s purpose, but it definitely is a different feel for the baby then they had in the womb. That is where The Woombie is different. The Woombie encourages baby to softly stretch extremities as needed, just like in the womb.
The Woombie ($25.99) comforts, softly confines arms & gently compresses baby’s unique curves to hug baby, just like the womb! By helping baby sleep better, preventing startling issues, face scratching, verheating and also preventing dangerous loose unraveled blankets from covering baby’s face, The Woombie provides all things that are helpful to a newborn. I certainly wish I had this when my little guy was born, because he did all of those things!
There are a ton of Woombie options to choose from..
- The Original Woombie
- The Organic Woombie
- The Delux Woombie
- The Summer Woombie
- The Winter Woombie
- The Houdini Woombie
- The Convertible Woombie
My little man is now 4 months old, and when I tried to confine his arms at this point he just wasn’t having it. But, if I had put him in The Woombie from the start, I think it would’ve been a great fit. The fact that you are able to confine a baby’s arms, and at the same time allow them to move a bit is a great idea!
Personally, I think The Woombie is a great alternative the the standard blanket swaddle. It has all the benefits, and more. Definitely a must have for any new mom.
Now for the fun part. The people at Woombie are offering a GIVEAWAY of the Organic Woombie! If not for you, these make great gifts!! A winner will be chosen on Thursday, April 7th.
To Enter you must go to The Woombie Website and let me know which Organic Woombie color you’d choose. That’s it! Easy enough! Happy entering!
I was provided with The Woombie for the purposes of this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.