3 ‘smart solutions’ for happy babies

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Do you have a newborn? Or maybe a baby on the way?

Then, like every expectant mum, you too are sure to find yourself making list upon list of everything you feel your new little angel will need – at least for the first few months of her life.

Every new parent’s list would certainly differ according their own needs and the needs of their baby. However, there are certain items like a crib, baby clothes, nursing clothes and a pram that may show up on most expectant parents’ lists.

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Are you preparing for a baby soon? Check out our list of essential items.

We made our own list of 3 items that we feel should be on every expectant parent’s list. We’ve also searched for some of the best brands of these items, to make your job a bit easier. Here they are!

The 3 ‘smart solutions’ for happy babies

1. A baby swaddle

There’s an art to swaddling a newborn, and usually parents learn this first-hand from the nurses in the hospital.

The right swaddle is supposed to mimic the comfort of the mother’s womb and soothe the newborn baby. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says that if the swaddling is done correctly, it can be an effective technique to help calm and infant and promote sleep.

If you are looking for the perfect swaddle, we feel the Love to Swaddle UP swaddle is one of the best out there.

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Now, doesn’t this look like a happy baby? This swaddle promises to keep your baby happy and comfy.

Love To Swaddle UP is an innovative swaddle that allows your baby to sleep with their arms up. It is said that swaddled babies who have access to their hands may settle better and sleep longer.

Mums say that this swaddle required no fumbling and is easy to use, even when terribly sleep deprived. The The Love To Swaddle UP Lite retails for $55.90 on www.smtdistributors.com.sg.

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