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Newborn Product Must Have: The Miracle Blanket

We used it with Evan, and dug it out of storage to use again with Kara. Why? Because the Miracle Blanket is a miracle!

It is amazing how fast a newborn outgrows the traditional swaddling blanket. They seem to work just fine in the hospital, and the labor and delivery nurses are able to bundle your baby with such expertise, that you question whether or not you’ll ever achieve such a perfect wrap at home!

For me, I could never seem to get a regular swaddling blanket wrapped tight enough. Not even the Aden + Anais blankets (which I love).

The Miracle Blanket (we also call it the straight jacket) really wraps everything in snugly and securely. It prolong Kara’s periods of sleep, which is the main perk for me.

Additional Miracle Blanket Claims

  • Stops Colic – GUARANTEED!
  • Helps Reduce SIDS Concerns! *
  • Eases Fussiness For ANY Baby!
  • Helps Baby Sleep Better/Longer!
  • Prevents Facial Scratches!
  • Stops Twitches That Wake Your Baby!
  • Makes Breast Feeding MUCH Easier!
  • Makes Your Baby Feel Warm & Secure!
  • One Size Fits All Up to Four Months
  • 100% High Quality Cotton

So, I will say that the claim about it stopping colic is hype. Colic is like a freight train, and if a blanket could stop it guaranteed, I think the world would be a better place, but it didn’t stop Kara’s colic. Did it help, and do I love this product? Yes, and yes.

I recommend the Miracle Blanket to all of my friends with babies, and I’ve even had a few of them thank me for turning them on to the product. It really is awesome!

Did you use a special swaddling blanket with your baby?

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