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Swaddle UP And Sleep Like A Baby

My daughter is now 6 weeks old and unlike her older brothers and sisters, loves to be swaddled. My other three children couldn’t stand being wrapped up tight or swaddled and would kick the wrap off and cry until they were freed from being swaddled.

Swaddle UP summer lite


My new little miss on the other hand, loves being swaddled, just as much as being free to kick around. She likes to move her hands though so traditional swaddling doesn’t work. This is why we adore the Love To Dream Swaddle UP Summer Lite so much. I find that because she can still move her arms, she settles herself by sucking her hands or rubbing her face. The fact her hands are secured in the Swaddle UP also prevents her from scratching her face during the night. The fabric is light which is perfect for summer as the material breathes which keeps her cool. The fabric is extremely soft to touch making it ideal for fresh, new and sensitive skin.

Swaddle UP summer lite


The arms and hands are positioned in an infants natural resting place which makes them comfortable but still allows them to be snuggly swaddled. My daughter is a great sleeper, she only tends to wake once a night for a feed and I think the Swaddle UP plays a large part in her sleeping so well.

Swaddle UP summer lite features

Nappy changes are easy as well, thanks to the two-way zip. If your bub is easily woken, these zips will assist you in checking and changing their nappy with minimal disturbances.

The Love To Dream Swaddle UP Summer Lite comes a range of colours and prints, these include: Cream, Ice green (0-4 months) and Multi-stripe (50/50 Swaddle UP Summer Lite – 4-8 months). Sizes include: Small – 3-6 kg, Medium – 6-8.5 kg, Large – 8.5-11 kg , X large – 11-14 kg.

You can purchase these amazing sleep savers from the Love To Dream website and other good baby stores.

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Swaddle UP summer lite

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  1. Summer Hinaki-McDade
    21/12/2015 / 1:06 am

    Get to bed at a reasonable hour, aiming for 7-8 hours. A herbal tea before bed helps and/or a shower. Not bringing phone to bed.

  2. Teresa Clark
    21/12/2015 / 8:49 am

    Try and get to bed earlier than planned, i do meditation prior to bed and this helps me sleep better.

  3. Natalie Murnane
    21/12/2015 / 9:19 am

    I ask for help. As much as I try bubs always gets me up. I get Grandma to take walks with our little one so I can have a catch up nap.

  4. Lynnette Bull
    21/12/2015 / 8:25 pm

    We have dinner at 6:00 so that I can go for a walk with my eldest between 6:30-7:30pm. The gentle walk and fresh air really helps to relieve the stress of the busy day. Then a warm bath or shower. A few chapters of a good book. Usually asleep by 9:30 . It helps to go to sleep/wake with sunrise/sunset. Just wish I could do this every night of the week.

  5. karina l
    21/12/2015 / 8:35 pm

    Sleep early, just incase the little one wakes up early!

  6. Ern
    21/12/2015 / 8:57 pm

    No stimulants for at least three hours before bed time, and I don’t eat after 7pm. Seems to work.

  7. Di
    21/12/2015 / 9:01 pm

    How long is a piece of string? As a Mum it’s not something you can ensure or guarantee. It’s just early to bed, try and get enough exercise, and hope like hell the kids don’t get nightmares, get sick or wake up for an array of other possible reasons and/or excuses!!! This said, hubby and I alternate weekends with who gets to sleep in on a Saturday, helps recharge the batteries a bit.

  8. sarah Ellwood
    22/12/2015 / 10:31 am

    Consistency is key. Also helps having a great partner.

  9. claire evans
    27/12/2015 / 10:53 pm

    shower before i retire to the lounge to snooze that way i can zombie it to my bed

  10. Kasey Evans
    28/12/2015 / 12:18 am

    Nap when possible to catchup on those missed hours…zzzzzzzzz

  11. cleo sids
    28/12/2015 / 10:51 pm

    Relaxing and soaking in a bubble bath, glass or red , ready for bed.

  12. Rebecca Stretton
    28/12/2015 / 11:06 pm

    Pffffft! To ensure a good nights sleep I have to leave home haha! 4 mini men in this household, and our 7 month old bed shares because I’m sure as heck not dragging my butt out of bed 5 times overnight! Sleep is overrated isn’t it?

  13. Rosemary Harris
    29/12/2015 / 1:28 am


  14. Nicole kent
    30/12/2015 / 10:05 am

    Wrap up baby nice and tight
    Make him snug so he sleeps all night
    A nice warm shower and an exciting read
    Gives me what I surely need!

  15. Trish W
    31/12/2015 / 1:56 pm

    Being pregnant with my first, I’m having no trouble sleeping! I’ve fallen asleep on the couch, train and even at my desk at work! As I usually suffer from terrible insomnia, sleeping so easily during pregnancy is amazing! In a way, I never want it to end!! 😛

  16. Amanda S
    02/01/2016 / 9:03 am

    I let my toddler sleep with me if she wakes in the night because then she will get straight back to sleep. My husband gets kicked out to the spare room!

  17. Maria
    02/01/2016 / 9:29 am

    Give my husband sleeping pills 🙂

  18. Paula Harris
    04/01/2016 / 2:00 pm

    I start work at 5am so usually beat the sun to sleep….I also avoid caffeine and alcohol for a few hours prior to bedtime

  19. Phillip Cunningham
    06/01/2016 / 1:55 pm

    It’s actually having a coffee right before bed as it doesn’t keep me up, it relaxes me instead.

  20. Kylie Travis
    07/01/2016 / 8:27 am

    I co-sleep with my 2yr old – It can get squishy but we both get a better night’s sleep for it! 🙂

    08/01/2016 / 9:35 pm

    I usually have a nice relaxing soak in the tub which settles me comfortably for finding the land of nod

  22. Leanne Fisher
    09/01/2016 / 4:43 pm

    Making sure bub is comfortable and safe so they sleep well for you to sleep well

  23. Bianca Leonessa
    09/01/2016 / 6:52 pm

    I am a police officer….I work hours that can play havoc with my health and body clock….my unwind is a good cup of hot chocolate….I sleep like a tot after that

  24. Eva Kiraly
    10/01/2016 / 9:44 am

    A clean comfy bed with no-one else in it where I can stretch out and it’s not squeezy!

  25. Renee Ballantyne
    10/01/2016 / 12:53 pm

    I accept any help that others may offer and if no one offers I ask for my husband to help

  26. Michelle
    10/01/2016 / 11:20 pm

    Go to bed early

  27. Cathy H
    11/01/2016 / 12:04 am

    I ensure that bub has good quality nappies at night in the vague hope this will help him (and me) sleep all night long!

  28. Jane
    11/01/2016 / 3:28 pm

    I get more sleep by getting to bed early, feeding my baby in bed lying down and napping when I need it when the toddler naps!

  29. Kylie sneddon
    11/01/2016 / 3:43 pm

    Try to get kids to bed at a reasonable time, my 3 mth old without fail is always in bed by 9pm and sleeps til at least 7am but my 2yr old is the challenge so i try to tire him out by varying his activities all day so he is tired enough to go to bed early. My partner and i take turns getting up to our 2yr old of a night and we take turns of sleeping in on weekends. No caffine at least a few hours before bed.

  30. Sam
    11/01/2016 / 4:49 pm

    To ensure I get enough sleep, I tire out my son before he goes to bed so he stays there all night!

  31. Rory James
    11/01/2016 / 5:18 pm

    When help is offered take it, make sure kids have a bedtime rountine so in bed by a certain time, go to bed as soon as the kids are asleep. No caffine before bed!

  32. lyn s
    11/01/2016 / 6:56 pm

    You can laugh all you like,
    But I have a little tike,
    After my nightly feed,
    Sleeping is what I need,
    I’ll have some telly viewing,
    My stresses slowly undoing,
    Then when I’m calmed right down,
    Over to bed, I rest my crown.

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