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Step One:
Lay the blanket on a flat surface with the foot pouch at the bottom and lay baby between armflaps with tops of shoulders slightly above top of blanket.
Step One

Step Two:
Fold the armflaps over the outside of your baby's arms and tuck them snugly under her back on each side. IMPORTANT: You should lift the baby's bottom to be sure the armflaps are flat and snug under baby's back.
Step Two
Step Three:
Pull the footpocket up over the feet. NOTE: Some babies' feet may not reach the foot pocket yet. This is okay: It will be there for them as they grow.
Step Three
Step Four:
Fold the right side of the blanket over your baby's belly and tuck it under the left arm pit (her right). This flap should wrap all the way under the baby's back.
Step Four
Step Five:
Wrap the left side of the blanket over the top of her belly and all the way around her until you run out of blanket. This is where it is important to pull the blanket snug. THE BLANKET MUST BE PULLED SNUG.
Step Five

IMPORTANT: BE SURE THE TOP OF THE BLANKET IS SLIGHTLY BELOW THE TOPS OF THE SHOULDERS.

 

Important for newborns and smaller babies:
After wrapping the arms (Step 2), fold the bottom of the foot pocket up so the feet touch the bottom of the wrap. This will create a more perfect, custom swaddle. Follow steps 4-5.

Step Five

To further enhance effectiveness, try the following:

  • After wrapping your baby, cradle her on your forearm facing down or forward.
  • Gently rock or jiggle your baby while making long "Shushing" sounds in her ear.
  • If your baby likes a pacifier, definitely use it

Important Tips:

If your baby seems too warm, dress her in a diaper and the Miracle Blanket only.

The room temperature where your baby sleeps should be comfortable for a lightly dressed adult (67-72°F).

As your baby grows, the blanket may seem loose around her legs. This is perfectly okay. This will allow for proper movement and development of her hip and knee joints.

It is best to wrap your baby very snugly. It's normal for her to fuss when first wrapped - especially the first few times. But don't worry, after a week or two most babies begin to relax at the mere sight of the blanket.

Be sure that the blanket is NOT touching your baby's cheeks. This may trigger her "Rooting Response" and may wake her. If the blanket is touching her cheeks, you have wrapped her too low in the blanket. You must be sure the top of the blanket is slightly below the tops of her shoulders.

It is very important to tuck the arm flaps securely and flat under the baby's back as the flaps keep your baby from working her arms free and waking herself. This also keeps your baby's arms in the most effective position - at her sides.

Many babies prefer to have their feet free. In step two you may position your baby with her feet on top of the foot pouch to see if your baby prefers to be wrapped this way.

We recommend swaddling from birth to 14 weeks.
If your baby is able to roll over or is showing signs that they will soon, we recommend discontinuing tight swaddling. (Not just in a Miracle Blanket, but in any tight swaddling solution.)

Important Note Regarding Carseats:
We do not recommend using the Miracle Blanket with a carseat. If a baby's arms and legs are inside the blanket then they cannot extend through the six point harness. It is imperative that an infant carseat be used EXACTLY as recommended by the manufacturer. This is even true if the carseat is used outside the car.



Professional Testimonial: Dr. Smith - AZ
I strongly feel that the Miracle Blanket needs to be marketed to expectant parents everywhere so that the blanket could be used right from the start. The swaddled baby who sleeps better in the first several months will be on an easier path to good, long sleep after that and the Miracle Blanket helps in that respect. You should somehow make the Miracle Blanket available to be purchased in post-partum units of hospitals - maybe make post-partum nurses familiar with them through their professional organizations? They are always trying to teach new parents how to swaddle an infant, so this seems like a natural place for your blanket. And the Miracle Blanket should be on every new mom's registry list!

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Customer Testimonial: Gina
I loved this blanket when I had my first child. He was born April 30, 2003. I figured I should be one of ya'll's testimonials. He had colic/reflux and cried all the time. He would startle (moro reflex) out of regular blankets and we would have to double wrap him to keep him swaddled. He would sweat and would only be in a diaper underneath. Our friends called him baby burrito because he did calm down when he was swaddled. I was desperate and on-line one day. I can not remember when I actually found ya'll but he was a few months old. When we got the blanket, that was the first night he slept for 6 hours straight. Of course we could not sleep because we were constantly checking to see if he was breathing. But eventually we were able to relax. I loaned that blanket to many friends. In 2005 we lived right outside of New Orleans, LA so after Hurricane Katrina I lost the blanket due to flood waters :( I am now about to deliver my second child so I am investing in another blanket. I will have this one at the very beginning! I have not even considered the velcro replicas in the stores! Sincerely, Gina H.

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