The first few weeks with a newborn in the house are the hardest. No matter how many children you've raised up until the time your new little one arrives, it seems like you're never as prepared as you think the day you
take them home from the hospital. There's always something left behind that you should have grabbed, too few diapers in your stash and try as you might you just can't get your little one to sleep as good as they did in the hospital.
Personally I've never mastered the art of swaddling. I've tried and tried to perfect the art, even watching the hospital nurses but still with no luck. I'm still as hopeless as ever but can at least make it look passable, without the benefits of a true swaddle. This is why, when I was given the opportunity to partner with Woombie, that I was so thrilled. I knew from my experiences with my first two that I wouldn't stand a chance at completing a proper swaddle so I wanted to make sure I nailed it with our newest arrival.
If you've found yourself in a similar situation and would love to enjoy the benefits of swaddling without the extra steps, Woombie is the place to go. Woombie was founded by Karen Barski, a fellow parent just like many of my readers who know that the first few months of a baby's life can often mean sleeplessness, confusion, frustration and hormonal changes that can drive us (and our partners) more than a little crazy. Karen also knows the struggle that comes with perfecting the swaddle as well as the constant upkeep it takes to maintain it, so, after trying many different swaddling techniques and swaddling blanket brands, she set about making their own.
The result was the first swaddle of its kind: the Woombie. If you're looking for a way to get the perfect swaddle every time, the Woombie is just the product you're looking for. It wraps your baby in a perfect, snug swaddle so they feel safe and secure and are ready for bed every time.
I love how it keeps them all snuggly and warm and they sleep so much better! Woombies come in a wide variety of colors and patterns and they have various sizes to grow with your baby!