How to Swaddle a Newborn Baby in a Pavlik Harness or Rhino Brace
Posted by Embe Babies Inc. on
If you're wondering how to still be able to swaddle your newborn while in their Pavlik Harness, Rhino Brace or cast, you've come to the right place!
To the mama whose baby just got diagnosed with infant hip dysplasia and is undergoing treatment. We understand that sleep can be an even bigger challenge during this phase for you both and want to let you know that you and your baby will sleep again! If your baby was previously used to being swaddling during sleep time and needs to be swaddled in order to sleep, have no fear, there is a solution. You are not without. If your baby previously wasn't sleeping swaddled, but now is even fussier because of their pavlik harness or cast, this swaddling method might just help get you both back to having restful nights again! Swaddling with a Pavlik Harness has never been easier. embé® swaddles are thoughtfully designed to provide comfort and accessibility for all hippy babies wearing casts or a pavlik harness. Our swaddle is deemed hip healthy by the International Hip Dysplasia institute.
All embé® swaddle collections feature a patented functionality that isn't found in any other swaddle brand. embé®'s patented feature allows their swaddles to be worn with either baby's legs in or legs out of the swaddle blanket. Their legs out feature can accommodate any hippy cuties who still require the comforts of swaddling in order to sleep. Swaddling can ease and soothe them as they go through their casting phase or while wearing their pavlik harness. After treatment is over, you can also use the swaddle. No need to buy a different one asembé® swaddles can work as a traditional swaddle with legs in warmth or even after the treatment phase, you still may find yourself using the legs out mode to keep them nice and cool during those hot days and warmer nights.
We know that you have a lot on your mind at this time, sleep deprivation doesn't need to be a worry. You can still swaddle your hippy baby and get a full nights rest!