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Nested Bean Zen Sack Winter - Gently Weighted Sleep Sack | Baby: 0-6M | TOG 2.5 | Helps Transition from Swaddle | Cotton 100%

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According to the American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP), soft objects such as quilts, blankets, or loose bedding can obstruct an infant’s nose and mouth and put them at risk of suffocation, entrapment, and strangulation. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics says that “Infant sleep clothing is preferable to blankets and other coverings to keep the infant warm. A large percentage of infants who die of SIDS are found with their head covered by bedding. Therefore, no pillows, sheets, blankets, or any other items that could obstruct infant breathing or cause overheating should be in the bed.” The optional swaddle found on the Dreamland Baby is helpful for newborn babies up to the time they begin to roll on their own Don’t Use Sleep Positioners - Wedges, mats, or anti-roll type pillows are not a safe place for your baby to sleep. Just because something is available for sale doesn’t mean it’s safe and we suggest you do your research before using any of these. The FDA warns that sleep positioners can cause suffocation.

Lots of new parents don’t know what to put their babies in at night time to keep them warm, but also safe. It’s not recommended that you use loose blankets until your little one is at least a year old as blankets can put them at risk of suffocation and entanglement. Similarly, pillows and soft toys can be dangerous and shouldn’t be left in a cot, crib or moses basket. Along the same lines, babies should not use weighted blankets because they run the risk of getting trapped under them. Keep crib clear of objects that may pose a suffocation hazard. Loose bedding, blankets, quilts, soft toys, stuffed animals, and toys should never be placed in a crib while baby is sleeping. This also includes pillows and bumper pads. A clinical study by the National Association of Neonatal Nurses reported the gentle pressure from weighted blankets are not only safe for infants, but also significantly increased calm feelings which resulted in infants staying asleep longer. When her youngest child was struggling to sleep at six months old, mother of four Tara Williams found that a heavy throw blanket helped soothe him. With her family, she developed an evenly weighted wearable blanket for babies, and her son immediately slept better.

Dreamland Baby is a Safe and Beneficial Choice in Wearable Blankets & Sleep Sacks

We only use the Kyte one since buying it finally! Worth the money. It is so soft and way more blanket like than some of the ones I’ve tried. My baby loves it!"

The American Academy of Pediatrics cautions that any loose bedding, pillows, and even stuffed animals pose hazards to infants because of the suffocation risk. Wearable blankets, alternatively, zip on and stay on. As long as it fits properly, there is no way that it can cover a baby's face. That's why wearable blankets are safe and loose (or free) blankets are not.Met het extra ademende bamboe/katoen materiaal kun je de verzwaarde slaapzak gebruiken met slaapkleding en als een deken. De verzwaarde slaapzak heeft een 0,5 TOG, wat gelijk staat aan een dunne deken. Dreamland Baby specifically created this innovative product so that it takes into consideration the AAP’s recommendations, is completely safe, and can help your baby sleep better. Weighted blankets are not safe for infants because regular blankets are not safe for infants; they are a suffocation hazard. Weighted blankets are even more dangerous as their added weight would make it harder for infants to pull the blanket away from their mouth and nose. Are weighted blankets good for babies? Don’t Co-Sleep - Bed sharing is common among new parents with babies, and it often happens unintentionally because everyone is just oh so tired. But it is not safe and should be avoided. In fact, the AAP does not condone bed-sharing due to its SIDS risk.

Getting unsafe products off the shelves will help make sleep environments safer, experts say, but parents and caregivers also need to learn more about how to keep sleeping infants safe and why the AAP cautions against certain products and environments. While some parents may know about safe sleep but choose not to follow recommendations for various reasons, others may have no idea their baby’s sleep arrangement is unsafe. Weighted blankets are suitable for children aged 3 and up or who weigh 30 pounds or more. At this age, kids are able to remove the blanket themselves. Have baby sleep in their own space. Baby can room-share with parents, but the AAP does not encourage bed-sharing for sleep. Use a firm sleep surface for baby to sleep on.

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Dreamland Baby's versatile swaddle is helpful for newborn babies up to the time they begin to roll on their own

It’s worth highlighting the most important sleep tips for babies. These AAP recommendations are essential for the safety of all infants. The fact is that you want your baby to be warm and comfortable all year long. But blankets just aren't a safe option to use when your baby isn't supervised. That's why a wearable blanket is what you'll want for your little one instead. We even lined up our favorites on this list here! The Difference Between a Wearable Blanket and Wearable Weighted Blanket Wearable blankets have grown in popularity, but parents still want the facts - are they safe? Yes! Healthychildren.org states, "If you are worried about your baby getting cold, you can use infant sleep clothing, such as a wearable blanket." They warn that other than the wearable blanket, your baby's crib should be free of any other soft objects, crib crib bumpers or loose bedding. So, why are wearable blankets okay when normal blankets aren't? However, they did find that both kids and parents favored the weighted blanket, with parents rating their child’s sleep as better when using a weighted blanket. They also reported that their children were calmer when using a weighted blanket.I like that they're long sleeve, so we just put the baby either in a onesie or just his diaper underneath, or in the winter we can layer…. Cheaper option than most too." When it comes to weighted blankets, Williamson says they’re generally considered safe for children over 2 years old. “Kids who are younger are too small to untangle themselves from a blanket and are at risk for suffocation,” she explains. Using the size guide as a starting point, you’ll want to know how much your baby weighs. You should not move up to the next size until your child has reached the minimum weight recommendation. So even if your baby is already 6 months, if they are not yet 15 pounds, you should keep them in the 0 - 6-month size until they do reach that weight. Please reach out to our Customer Service team if you are ever unsure about sizing. 3. Dreamland Baby is also safe if your baby can roll over! The design for Dreamland Baby came about when creator Tara Williams (a mom of four) was desperate for sleep. Her six-month-old son was still waking up every 1.5 hours. One night she placed him under a heavy throw and saw an instant calm come over his face. Immediately she knew he needed a weighted blanket. There are some loopholes in the system,” said Dr. Michael Goodstein, the division chief of newborn medicine at WellSpan Health and adjunct professor of pediatrics at Pennsylvania State University. “When you create a unique product, it’s like, there’s just no oversight to it until standards are developed,” he said. “And a lot of times we don’t find out there’s a problem until after the fact.” In contrast, manufacturers of other products, like medication, must prove safety before the item can be sold, he added.

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