Kiddopotamus Swaddle Me Instructions

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Kiddopotamus Swaddle Me Instructions
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Swaddling your baby with a blanket helps protect them during cold weather. However, wrapping them using a normal blanket can be quite a hassle because the blanket might be too thick or its size might be too large for your baby's body. Using a Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe will help solve your problems as this small blanket is specifically designed for swaddling your baby. Its features are sure to provide your baby with the comfort and warmth needed to help them sleep longer. You can start using your own Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe in just a few steps.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Lay the Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe blanket on the bed, making sure that it is fully spread out.

  2. 2

    Place your infant at the centre of your Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe blanket and leave all the corners free. Align the baby's shoulders with the top of the Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe's open wrap.

  3. 3

    Tuck the infant's legs inside the pocket at the bottom of the blanket. Be gentle so you don't hurt the baby in the process.

  4. 4

    Wrap the leftwing over the torso of your baby and tuck it right under the opposite arm of the infant. Secure the tab to the top of the Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe's leg pocket.

  5. 5

    Place the Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe's rightwing over the left and secure its opened tabs to the fabric patch found on the leftwing. Make sure the wings are snug over your baby's chest.

Tips and warnings

  • Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe also works well during travel. For extra convenience, you can insert the car seat or a swing harness through your Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe's back access slit, and seat your baby comfortably while you travel. Connect the harness and fasten the wings.

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