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Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink
Transitional Swaddle Sack  - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink

Transitional Swaddle Sack - Arms Up 1/2-Length Sleeves & Mitten Cuffs, Tiny Triangles Shimmer, Pink

$22.00

SKU SD-749P-S

Our award winning Transitional Swaddle Sack® works well for babies during the transition time between snug swaddling and wearing a loose sleeping sack. It's the solution that parents have been searching for and it’s designed by a nurse! It features uniquely shaped 1/2 length arms up sleeves with foldover mitten cuffs that may be worn open or closed. SwaddleDesigns Transitional Swaddle Sack is an important safer sleep option for babies who can roll over because the sleeves allow babies to use their arms to push up and reposition their head if they roll over.

Our Transitional Swaddle Sack is convertible and easy to use. It's great for babies who prefer to sleep with arms up and for babies who like to self-soothe on their fingers.

With the mitten cuffs folded closed, the specially designed 1/2 length sleeves provide partial suppression of the Moro (startle) reflex. Parents may choose to open one or both cuffs so baby can self-soothe on their hand.

Our Transitional Swaddle Sack is deemed Hip Healthy by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, because it allows room for baby's hips and knees to flex and move, while still offering support.

It's easy to use! Fold the mitten cuffs closed, unzip the sack and place baby's arms into sleeves, place baby’s legs into sack and zip up. Baby's arms will be in a flexed position close to body. With cuffs closed the sleeves provide the best suppression of the Moro (startle) reflex. The closed cuffs also protect from facial scratches. You may choose to open a cuff, so baby may suck on fingers. Babies who can self- soothe are calmer and sleep better. We don't recommend pulling baby's arms all the way through the sleeve openings. If you pull the baby's arm all the way through the sleeve, the sleeve will be elbow length and will provide less suppression of the Moro (startle) reflex.

The sack’s ergonomic design features a snug midsection to provide snugness to reassure and comfort baby.

Our Transitional Swaddle Sack features a 2-way zipper, so diaper changes are easy. Just unzip from the foot to access the diaper.

The Transitional Swaddle Sack is designed to bridge the gap from classic snug swaddling to loose fitting sleeping sack.  When baby is ready to transition from a snug swaddle or can roll over, but is not yet ready for a sleeveless wearable blanket, the Transitional Swaddle Sack is the perfect solution for a good night’s sleep and peace of mind.

Sizes:

  • Body weight is most important when selecting size for this garment. For proper fit do not size up.
  • Small, 6-14 lbs, 0-3 Months
  • Medium, 14-21 lbs, 3-6 Months

Our Transitional Swaddle Sack is made from 100% stretchy, breathable, soft premium cotton knit.

Designed in USA. Imported

Patent Pending

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
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Must have if you enjoy sleeping

This is the best swaddle sack for when your baby still needs something to help them feel secure and calm the startle reflex but are out of the newborn phase where they need arms free incase the baby might roll over in their sleep. My baby still sleeps in it every night at 6 months old and she rolls like crazy in her crib and has full use of her arms in it, I uncuff the mittens so her hands are free and she sleeps so much better when in this vs. Nothing at all.

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J.
Good Quality

Good quality for the price and perfect for babies who fight to escape traditional swaddles.

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Must have for baby

Our second child wanted to be swaddled but didn't like his arms down. This product allows him to have his arms up. You can keep his hands in and covered or allow the swaddler to only cover three quarters of the baby's arms and their hands are free. It's a lightweight material and is less expensive than others that boast the same features. Love this. Definitely recommend it for your little one.

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Awesome

I like it more than the love to dream for transitioning. The quality is very good.

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A.C.
Great Product!

I successfully used this to transition my daughter from a velcro swaddle. I bought a medium and started using it when she was 2 months. It was a little big/loose at first but that wasn't an issue. I saw another review state that the arms are too short when the mittens are used, this is on purpose so that the arms are kept restricted more than regular sleeves. The short restricted sleeves keeps their arms in a little T-Rex arm position. This gives baby more mobility than the traditional swaddle. It allows them to bring their hands to their face but at the same helps restrict those flailing startle reflex arms. My daughter's 'tell' that she's sleepy is when she rubs her face with her hands, and when she's falling asleep in her crib she rubs her face too. These mitten arm cuffs are perfect for that. She can rub her face with her mitten hands and not scratch herself or accidentally rip out her paci. She still sometimes knocks out her paci of course, but not as much as she does when her hands are out of the mittens. She's now 5 months and we're still using this for every nap and every night. I kinda wish I'd bought two because sometimes I'm rushed to wash it between nap times. At this point though she's almost outgrown it so I'm making do with the one. She sometimes rolls over on her stomach, but this has not stopped her from being able to put her arms underneath her. All and all this is one of the best baby gear purchases I've made.

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
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(29)
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A
A.C.
Must have if you enjoy sleeping

This is the best swaddle sack for when your baby still needs something to help them feel secure and calm the startle reflex but are out of the newborn phase where they need arms free incase the baby might roll over in their sleep. My baby still sleeps in it every night at 6 months old and she rolls like crazy in her crib and has full use of her arms in it, I uncuff the mittens so her hands are free and she sleeps so much better when in this vs. Nothing at all.

J
J.
Good Quality

Good quality for the price and perfect for babies who fight to escape traditional swaddles.

A
A.
Must have for baby

Our second child wanted to be swaddled but didn't like his arms down. This product allows him to have his arms up. You can keep his hands in and covered or allow the swaddler to only cover three quarters of the baby's arms and their hands are free. It's a lightweight material and is less expensive than others that boast the same features. Love this. Definitely recommend it for your little one.

B
B.
Awesome

I like it more than the love to dream for transitioning. The quality is very good.

A
A.C.
Great Product!

I successfully used this to transition my daughter from a velcro swaddle. I bought a medium and started using it when she was 2 months. It was a little big/loose at first but that wasn't an issue. I saw another review state that the arms are too short when the mittens are used, this is on purpose so that the arms are kept restricted more than regular sleeves. The short restricted sleeves keeps their arms in a little T-Rex arm position. This gives baby more mobility than the traditional swaddle. It allows them to bring their hands to their face but at the same helps restrict those flailing startle reflex arms. My daughter's 'tell' that she's sleepy is when she rubs her face with her hands, and when she's falling asleep in her crib she rubs her face too. These mitten arm cuffs are perfect for that. She can rub her face with her mitten hands and not scratch herself or accidentally rip out her paci. She still sometimes knocks out her paci of course, but not as much as she does when her hands are out of the mittens. She's now 5 months and we're still using this for every nap and every night. I kinda wish I'd bought two because sometimes I'm rushed to wash it between nap times. At this point though she's almost outgrown it so I'm making do with the one. She sometimes rolls over on her stomach, but this has not stopped her from being able to put her arms underneath her. All and all this is one of the best baby gear purchases I've made.