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We have been working on developing a sleep schedule for Lennox. While she is sleeping through the night, her bedtime has not been consistent. I have taken a few different approaches on winding her down for bedtime. After about a week of trial and error I think that I may have finally created a nighttime routine that we can stick to. I have discovered that right after her evening feeding its best to burp her and then immediately put her in the bathtub. Lennox loves to splash around and play and this wears her out. We follow up her fun filled bath time with a nice lotion rub down which relaxes her. After her warm bath and lotion rub down we slip on her HALO SleepSack wearable blanket and that seals the deal.
The HALO SleepSack wearable blanket is soft and cozy. The open armholes are not restrictive and they prevent Lennox from getting too hot during the night. Since using the wearable blanket I no longer worry about her accidentally putting the cover over her face. I really like this lightweight and breathable alternative to a regular blanket. It’s spacious enough for her to kick around as she pleases but it’s snug enough to make her feel secure. I love the fact that the zipper is inverted. That makes middle of the night diaper changes a breeze.
I like that HALO makes products that can grow with your baby. From the age 0-4 months we were huge fans of the HALO Sleepsack Swaddle. It was a lifesaver for us at night. HALO products are effective, affordable, and safe. Wearable blankets are becoming more popular and are highly recommended for baby’s safety. After trying the HALO SleepSack wearable blanket I am convinced that they are a nighttime essential. The HALO SleepSack comes in a variety of designs and textures. We currently have the 100% Muslin wearable blanket but I am definitely going to get a fleece one for the winter.