Parents credit the Love to Dream swaddle as being the reason their babies began sleeping through the night. This swaddle is inescapable for even the wiggliest of babies, but doesn’t inhibit mobility. It’s made of soft, stretchy material so your baby will stay cozy and warm. The design also allows baby to keep their hands up by their face, which enables them to self-soothe, and the two-way zipper makes for easy diaper changing in the middle of the night.
The Catch: Seems that babies either love or hate this swaddle, so if baby ends up hating it you might be on to the next one.
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I love the fabric of this sleeper as well as the hands in but still moveable feature. My daughter couldn’t roll, but could move a bit and was still not waking herself in a panic at a young age.
Feb 06, 2021
This swaddle was our baby’s favorite. Zipped up to prevent our Houdini babe from breaking out and kept her arms up where she liked to have them. Plenty of room in the legs for healthy hip development.
Sep 05, 2020
Baby wore when super little. but outgrew at 2 months and we even got the L size. She was super snug in it. I would have gotten more weeks with XL. We switched to different longer brand moving forward.
Jul 16, 2020
Good transition swaddle. Doesn't completely calm the startle reflux so I wouldn't recommend for newborns (>2ish months). Easy to get the baby in and double zipper makes for easy night diaper changes
Jun 04, 2020
I bought this for my newborn who loves to sleep with her hands up by her face. However even in this she would bring her hands over her face which worries me from a SIDS perspective. Going to return.
May 31, 2020
I had high expectations for this swaddle from all the good things I had heard. Our baby loves having her arms up, however she seems uncomfortable while wearing it which leads to more fussiness.
Mar 29, 2020
These are the best! Easy to zipper and quiet when needing to change diapers. LO loves sleeping with arms up and these were great. Baby would not get too warm or be too cold in them. You need these!
Mar 25, 2020
I thought my baby would love this as he likes to sleep with his hands up, but so far 8/10 times he has gotten frustrated in his sleep with not being able to move his arms. I’ll keep trying it.
Jan 29, 2020
Oh my goodness, so much yes! Don’t question the price, just do yourself a favor and BUY THESE SWADDLES! I actually have to wake up my baby to alleviate engorgement she sleeps so well in these!
Jan 07, 2020
This was fantastic for my baby! She wasn't interested in a pacifier, so she was able to self-soothe with her arms up in this. It also made for an easy transition out of swaddles when she was ready.
Jan 04, 2020
Hilarious! Baby’s arms are up by their head and looks adorable but it actually did help with transition from Velcro swaddle to sleep sack. The wings zip off so this swaddle has longevity which is nice
Nov 08, 2019
My son really preferred to have his hands up but his startle reflex would wake him at night. This was the perfect solution and he looked absolutely adorable in it! Super soft and easy to use.
Oct 26, 2019
My baby LOVED being swaddled, but did not like this swaddle at all. Feeling her hands by her face woke her up constantly. She tried to suck her hands and didn't like finding the fabric instead.
May 17, 2019
Amazing! Second day home with baby I found these. I had been using regular Velcro swaddles but this is so much easier for changing diapers before every feeding at night. Baby much prefers hands up t
Mar 28, 2019
We tried every kind of swaddle, and this is the one that worked best for our LO. The first night we used it, I couldn’t believe how peaceful it was. Every baby is different, but for us, this one wins.
Feb 12, 2019
While my baby didn’t love it, it seemed like a very good and sturdy (read: in-break-outable) swaddle. He hated being swaddled in general but this one certainly gave him a run for his money.
Feb 08, 2019