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Why use Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap products with babies 9-months or older? or why bother using a Sleepwrap product if babies can undo the fastening strips?

The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product was invented as a ‘wrap’ and aid to nurturing positive parenting for use during sleep and the few moments before and after sleep. Good, loving, relaxed human supervision is the best supervision. The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product was developed by a mother for her own children as an AID to positive parenting skills and safer sleeping practices.

In conjunction with nurturing, trust-building, relaxed human supervision, the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product helps prevent cot/crib, bed, bunk falls and aids with safer more comfortable restful and secure sleep. Just as a car seat is designed for safe travelling and not leaving baby in the car while shopping, the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product is designed for safe sleeping to help ensure your baby will not turn, creep, climb, fall or get cold during sleep and the few minutes before and after sleep.

Remember, the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product is not intended as a restraint for a wide-awake tossing infant. If you are experiencing sleep problems with your child, know that this is a common challenge with parenting and that there are many schools of thought and resources to assist you in the community and on the internet.

We at Safe T Sleep (NZ) Ltd will help you where we can.

The KISS Solution – Keeping It So Simple with the NEW Houdini Strip: The little Houdini Strip will give extra closure-protection to the babywrap part of the Sleepwrap making it even safer for little Houdini’s yet the product remains a comfortable ‘wrap’ with no harsh or potentially dangerous fixtures. It simply slips over the left side of the ‘babywrap’ part of the Sleepwrap and the right side of the ‘babywrap’ part simply slips underneath the NEW Houdini Strip.

Therefore, after you have fed, winded, changed, read and/or sang to, and cuddled baby, the last thing to lovingly and snugly wrap around your loved, relaxed, sleepy (not necessarily asleep) baby, is the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap product. Then tuck a large sheet and/or breathable blanket right underneath the sides and bottom of the mattress.

Then give the linen a little tug so as to allow a little natural movement. Enquire about Safe T Sleep booklet on tips for better, safer sleeping

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Can I co-sleep with my baby?

If you choose to co-sleep choose to do so as safely as possible by minimizing risk factors:

Co-sleeping risks:

  • Overheating between adults
  • Creeping and suffocating underneath bedding
  • Smoking
  • Drugs and alcohol

Safer co-sleeping with the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap:

  • Helps prevent baby overheating as baby can be positioned next to the mother only
  • Helps prevent baby creeping into dangerous positions and underneath bedding
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Can you sleep a baby on their tummy in the Sleepwrap?

We can give 'objective' advice only and share with you what we know from our and other parent’s experiences and subsequent feedback. Over the past 21 years we have heard from several mothers who have told us that tummy sleeping their baby in the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap has worked well for them. They were aware of the back sleeping recommendation.

The Inventor's three children and a myriad of parents over a period of 21years time tummy -slept their babies in the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap. And also over the past 21years the majority of parents that we have received feedback from have back or semi-side slept their babies in Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap and we are extremely proud of the safety record since 1992.

Paediatricians recommend this for certain conditions of the baby/child. The current recommendation is to sleep baby on their backs. Research shows this is safer for babies assuming they are not wrapped in a Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap. We hope this is helpful.

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When and how is my baby able to be taught to turn within the Sleepwrap?

Babies tend to develop in 'stages' rather than ages. Once babies are between 7-9 months, have a strong neck and upper body strength control, are trying to roll over and back again simply use your observational and gut instinct by using your hands to gently teach / help baby to roll ...they usually just 'get it' quite quickly. Pick a time when you are both relaxed and make it a little fun :)

All babies are different of course and this may be a frustrating period for everyone as they go through this developmental stage of rolling over and back again. Whether in a Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap or not baby will be going through this stage.

Without the Sleepwrap during this stage babies may end up in awkward, cold or potentially dangerous positions. They may also be at risk of standing, climbing and falling.

This happens to nearly one in five 0-2yr olds who are hospitalized each year from falls...being just the Tip Of the Iceberg! Lots of tummy time and floor time on a nice, clean, solid warm mat out of drafty areas encourag

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