Any time you swaddle (and especially when you add layers), be sure to check your baby’s ears: If they are red and hot or if your baby's neck is sweaty, then your baby is too warm. Cool the room or dress her more lightly.
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- What if my baby won’t fall asleep in SNOO?
- How often should I feed my newborn baby?
- What if my baby doesn’t like to have the arms straight?
- How can I make my baby be happier and sleep longer in SNOO?
- I’ve Heard That Bed Sharing Is Safe If A Mom Is Breastfeeding. Is That True?
- My baby will only sleep in my arms
- How do I keep my baby’s arms from coming out of the SNOO sack or Sleepea?
- What should I do if my baby doesn't like to be swaddled?
- Should my baby be asleep or awake when I put her in SNOO?
- What if my baby doesn’t take a pacifier?