[Review] Transiting to Love to Dream Swaddle Up Transition Bag was a breeze!

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It has been more than a month since we transited Avery to Love To Dream Swaddle UP™ 50/50 (Stage 2) (recently renamed as Swaddle Up Transition bag) and she is happy as ever even with her arms freed! When Avery turned 5 months old, we noticed that she has lost most of her Moro reflex and is rolling a lot more. That is when we realised it is time to remove her wings to make sure that she can push herself over when she flipped in the middle of the night. With her wings unzipped, there will then be no risk of suffocating as her arms are right there!

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Mama loves this unique zip-off version as it provides a lot more mileage. She was able to fit into the transition swaddle in size M at three months old and has been using it since!

The Love To Dream Swaddle UP™ Transition bag continues to preserve Avery’s sleep routine and the snug fit design over her torso was able to provide that secure and snuggly feeling for her to continue to sleep well in it!

We love that with the use of Love To Dream Swaddle UP™ swaddle, it replaces the need for blanket. This allowed us to have a peace of mind knowing that she won’t be entangled among the loose blankets especially now that she is rolling and flipping around her cot.

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It has been more than three months since Avery started using Love To Dream Swaddle UP™ swaddle and she is enjoying every moment of it! We highly recommends all parents with newborn and parents to be to go get one!

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Meanwhile, do checkout bambino.com.sg and use promo code “serenehugs” for 10% storewide discount (valid till 4th August 2019).

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About somethingboutrenes

A lady with many random thoughts and braving this whimsical world with a simple faith. In love with all things vintage and pieces with a story to tell. Loves blogging, enjoys Yoga and has an urgent need to travel to maintain sanity.

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