Safety, particularly in a car, is priority number one for parents of young babies. Coming in at a close second is solving the mystery of getting babies to sleep. As the only way to safely swaddle a baby in a car seat, Baby Studio Swaddlewrap from Roger Armstrong neatly solves both problems.
The Baby Studio Swaddlewrap ($29.95) from Roger Armstrong is a compact, 100 per cent cotton pouch with two wing flaps that close over baby’s arms and prevent that naptime-ruining startle reflex. There are a lot of baby escape artists out there, but the Swaddlewrap makes swaddling easy. In three steps all four kicking limbs are deftly contained: legs in the two-way zipper pouch, and arms secured under the velcro wing flaps.
The Baby Studio Swaddlewrap’s ingenious design makes it the only way to swaddle babies safely in car seats. It’s got a slot for a five-point harness, and you can secure baby safely with the shoulder harnesses and then use the flaps to contain little flailing arms.
Available in a range of colours and patterns from shocking pink with rows of tiny bunnies, to white and grey chevron with fluoro green trim, to pears and apples on a vibrant blue, the Swaddlewrap is practical and cute.
Roger Armstrong carries the Baby Studio Swaddlewrap in a rainbow of colours and patterns, and shipping in Australia is $8.95.