Baby safety tip #1: Follow the instructions doctors and hospitals give you.
I remember people telling us, “You can’t hurt them.” We swaddled our first child in two blankets (thick ones) and turned the heat close to 90 degrees because we figured her temperature should be 98.6, so the room needed to be warm. Not really how it works. Overwrapping baby or wrapping too tightly can prevent air flow and is a risk for overheating. Woombie offers a breathable baby swaddle, and parents swear by it, calling it the safest and most effective baby swaddle.