No doubt, the first several months of Baby's arrival can be quite tough on the sturdiest of new parents. The Miracle Blanket has been proven to greatly extend sleep periods between feedings by preventing night movement and separation anxiety; thus allowing Mom and Dad more extended rest, enhanced relaxation and peace of mind. The Miracle Blanket spans over 6-feet wide and is made of the finest, softest, most durable cotton knit produced and designed to be washed over and over again for those frequent spit-ups. The Miracle Blanket is the only true swaddling blanket that guarantees its effectiveness with it's triple patented arm flap design and length.
what parents are saying
I can see how this would be great. Unfortunately my daughter didn't like it, she was never into swaddling. This is a hit or miss item (Oct 15, 2016)
This is a favorite of mine. You can tighten it as much or as little as you want, unlike with some of the Velcro ones. I like that the arms get "tied" down and then the sides wrap around their body.
May 15, 2018
My daughter seemed to love it some nights & hate it other nights. She couldn't wriggle out of this swaddle, but it was hard wrapping her in it when she was less than 2 months old - extra fabric.
Nov 22, 2017
I wouldn't recommend the Miracle Blanket because it wasn't any better for us than a normal blanket. For the price, swaddles more secure with zippers or velcro are way better (and worth it).
Oct 19, 2017
If your baby likes to be swaddled, I hear these are great. Our refused to have her arms swaddled, so this ended up being useless on her, though not because anything is wrong with the product.
Aug 12, 2017
My daughter was quite the houdini and this was the only swaddle that worked. Kind of pricey and I wish it had a heavyweight fabric option, but certainly worth the price. Love that it is velcro free!
Aug 03, 2017
This is the only swaddle that could contain my little Houdini! Every other swaddle would result in me seeing his little hands pop up around his face. He slept in this every night until he could roll!
Jun 16, 2016