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"Exhaustively tried, tested and voted the best"

"Latest & Greatest Baby Gear"


"first of its kind on the market"

"snooze-friendly sidekicks"

"Latest & Greatest Baby Gear"

Trusted by Hospitals, NICUs,

and Medical Professionals

"Deemed as Hip Healthy"

Trusted by Hospitals, NICUs, and Medical Professionals


Five Star Reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


My daughter has been in her harness for hip dysplasia for 3 weeks now, and we’ve had many sleepless nights! Our swaddles weren’t working because when we left her legs out, it would move up and cover her face...I’m so thankful a friend told me about Embe! Since we’ve gotten this swaddle she has slept 100% better.


Love the Embe! Has been our fav swaddle out of all the ones we have tried! Baby was never able to wiggle out or break free and we just started using the transition swaddle and it has been awesome!


This is hands down the best swaddle available...My son is a petite peanut and everything else slid up to partially cover his face, and he could wiggle free leaving then loose and a suffocation risk. The design of the Embe swaddle makes it impossible for it to ride up over the baby’s face.

Swaddles that Adjust with your Baby's Needs

As your baby develops, their needs change. We've designed our swaddles to be flexible enough to change with the size, temperature preference and safety of our baby's sleeping needs. See our chart to understand the benefits of each of our swaddles. 

Stage 1 | 0-3 Months

Starter Original:  

The Starter Original is our arms-in newborn swaddle.  Our most secure swaddle to keep your little houdini snuggled asleep longer.

Starter Long Sleeve

The Starter Long Sleeve Swaddle allows you the versatility to swaddle arms in, arms up, or arms out and see which method your newborn enjoys most.

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Stage 2 | 3-6 Months


Is baby trying to roll over or wiggle their arms free? The embé 2-way SwaddleOut™ safely helps baby transition from the Starter Collection to the next phase of development. Hidden snaps in the arm sleeves allow one or two arms in or out, giving baby the freedom to move and gradually adjust to sleeping “unswaddled”.