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I can remember when my sister Kelly had my nephew Devon and he was always swaddled she use to say he wanted to feel all tight and comfy.
With all the new things coming out these days I wish they had the Halo Sleepsack Swaddle back then, back when everyone was so concerned about sids and you couldn’t lay your baby on his or her back. Sleepsack is made to make your baby feel nice and secure.
This a cute way to swaddle your baby , the velco wings on the halo make it real easy swaddle as a to secure the swaddle to a custom fit for him or her. Just think the end of tucking blanket ends in to make a baby burrito, that almost always comes undone sooner or later,
The Halo Sleepsack gives your child the best of two worlds. Both arms can be free and out like the regular Halo or tucked inside with swaddle wings. The other best feature is that zipper actually goes all the way down to the feet, which means a better way to be able to do a late night diaper change.
Halo is the leader of the Safesleep movement and they have been working with hospitals all over the country to increase awareness of safe sleep and the sleepsack as an alternative to the traditional blanket.
Some info about Halo
Our founder Bill Schmid and his wife lost their firstborn to SIDS. From this tragedy, HALO and its mission were born. For over 15 years we’ve educated parents about safe sleep practices and supporting non-profit organizations like First Candle/SIDS Alliance and The Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths. Since 2005, the American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested the use of wearable blankets. Today, HALO SleepSack wearable blankets are the #1 trusted choice of hospital nurseries, and are used nationwide to help babies sleep safely from the start.
HALO is also working with hundreds of hospitals nationwide via our Safer Way to Sleep® Initiative to educate parents on safe sleep practices and provide HALO SleepSack wearable blankets to NICU and hospital nurseries to model safe sleep practices.
If you want to learn more you can connect with Halo here.
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The nice people at Halo is going to one of my readers a chance to win a Halo Sleepsack in Micro-fleece all you have to do is enter below and good luck.