A: Based on the size chart on the back of the package, your daughter fits medium for weight but just barely based on her height (the medium says it goes to 26.4"). My daughter is really tall as well (yet petite), so if it were me, I would go with a large so you get more use out of it. Hope this helps a little bit!
A: You need a medium - 13-19lbs.
A: Hello! Our products are designed to be snug to help calm babies' startle reflex. Unlike baby clothes, we don't suggest 'sizing up' so baby can grow into it. At 10 lbs, a Small would be the correct size. Let us know if you have any other questions!
A: Hi Meg--the size of the 'wings' changes based on the size of the Swaddle Up Transition Bag. Please reach out to our Customer Care team at email@example.com and they'll be happy to help!
A: The biggest component would be if your little one is showing signs of rolling. If they are not showing signs of rolling, we would advise to go with the Swaddle UP. The Transition Bag has removable wings and the zippers can cause there to be less stretch and thus should be used when they are ready to transition to arms-free sleep.
A: It may be somewhat large for a newborn and won’t be very helpful with the Moro reflex (the purpose of swaddling). From my experience, if your baby is at least 10lbs, the medium will fit well enough.
A: Hello--this is a 1.0 TOG fabric.
A: As long as you remove the wings of the Swaddle UP Transition Bag it is perfectly safe for babies who prefer to sleep on their tummies. They must have their hands free to be able to have access to push themselves up and roll over should they wish to do so. It is always advised to put baby down on their back and then if they roll to their tummy themselves, it is safe to continue to let them sleep in that position, again making sure that the wings are removed. Should you have additional questions or concerns, customer care is always happy to assist: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: I pulled this directly from the company's FAQ section: Irrespective of which swaddling method you use, you must stop swaddling your baby as soon as he or she starts to show signs of being able to roll over independently. At this time, you must transition your baby out of swaddling into 'arms free' sleeping. Your baby's arms should not be restricted when they are able to roll over - this advice is the same for any form of swaddling you may be using. Around this time, you baby's startle reflex should have diminished. The Swaddle UP 50/50™ is a great way to prepare your baby for the transition from being swaddled to 'arms free' independent sleep.
A: Nope! My daughter weighed in at 11lbs 3oz a few days ago and has been wearing M for a couple weeks now.