How should SnuggleWings be used?
SnuggleWings works with regular swaddle blankets by gently wrapping around baby’s arms to keep them safely tucked inside.
Who should use SnuggleWings?
Any parent who would like to swaddle their baby safely and securely without worrying about Baby breaking free of the swaddle.
What is the difference between the two SnuggleWings versions?
SnuggleWings “arms-at-sides” holds babies arms snuggly at sides while swaddled. SnuggleWings “arms-over-chest” holds babies arms folded over the chest area, with hands placed in a virtual touching position. While some babies may respond better to one swaddle method over the other, either version of SnuggleWings is both safe and reliable, when used with traditional swaddling.
When (what age) should I begin using SnuggleWings?
How is SnuggleWings different from the many other swaddle products on the market?
How do I apply SnuggleWings
I hear SnuggleWings helps reduce SIDS. How so?
I heard something about one-arm swaddling. What is that?
How is SnuggleWings packaged?
Will my baby overheat using SnuggleWings?
Has the product been recognized by any professional organizations?
What if I am not satisfied with the product?
How should I use the Sleep Sounds CD? (Coming Soon)
How can I contact SnuggleWings with additional questions?
What Our Families are Saying
Since I brought my baby home from the hospital I’ve never been able to swaddle as well as the nurses there, and my daughter’s arms come loose easily. This really helps keep the blanket secure and snug around her.
I don’t know if my son doesn’t like feeling restricted, but he rarely keeps his arms inside the blanket, but he was calmer and slept better with SnuggleWings.
I think my son slept better with SnuggleWings. I was a bit worried that he would feel restrained by his hands being strapped down, but he was calmer without his hands moving around and keeping him awake.