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Baby Sleep Facts

Baby Sleep Facts

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How to swaddle a baby

How to swaddle a baby

The award winning Cocooi Swaddle by Merino Kids is made from 100% merino wool, allowing your newborn baby a safer sleep. This luxuriously soft merino fabric is allergy-safe and absorbs and releases moisture to create a perfectly safe micro climate around your newborn baby in all seasons. The Merino Kids Cocooi Swaddle will help maintain your newborn babies body temperature by keeping them warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot, allowing your newborn baby a more comfortable, safer sleep. With the Merino Kids Cocooi Swaddle it's easy to swaddle your newborn baby gently and securely in just three steps. It...

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Preparation for sleep planning

Many parents spend a lot of time focusing on the birth which is important but we feel it is equally important that you focus on babies sleep. Certainly we realise and respect that following a natural sleep structure is not a choice for all parents. There is a lot of advice out there for ‘baby-led parenting’; but having spent 13 years helping thousands of babies sleep better I believe that if you plan a good sound natural sleep structure both you and your baby will be happier. By setting your baby into a natural sleep pattern means you know when your...

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Baby’s sleeping environment

Baby’s sleeping environment

It sometimes feels like a bit of a guessing game when it comes to creating the perfect environment for our babies to peacefully sleep. Are they too hot or too cold? Do they need more layers or less? If you’re a little overwhelemed by all the conflicting information and about how to make your baby as comfortable as possible over autumn and winter, here are some tips.  Nursery temperature A baby’s room should be between around 18°C give or take, it’s best to gauge this by feel.  Baby temperature To check your baby’s temperature, just put your hand on their...

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