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Miracle Blanket Baby Swaddle Blanket, Green with Beige Trim

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Green/Beige Trim
  • 100% High Quality Cotton
  • Create the perfect swaddle every time
  • Guaranteed to stop colic
  • Help your baby sleep longer and ease fussiness
  • One size fits all up to fourteen weeks
  • 100% cotton knit
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Product Information

Color: Green/Beige Trim
Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions72 x 24 inches
UPC689076717090 689076716895
Item model number71709
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeCotton
  
Additional Information
ASINB000MUBWTG
Best Sellers Rank #18,520 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 ounces
  
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Product Description

Color: Green/Beige Trim

Being a new parent can be challenging enough without adding sleep deprivation to it. The Miracle Blanket is the secret to a happy, well-rested baby, as well as a well-rested Mom and Dad. The Miracle Blanket has been proven to extend sleep periods between feedings by preventing night movement and separation anxiety; thus allowing Mom and Dad a greater duration for sleep. Your baby will sleep longer and deeper with the Miracle Blanket. The Miracle Blanket is the only true swaddling blanket that guarantees its effectiveness with it's triple patented arm flap design and length. The only thing you'll have to worry about is which color to choose.


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Customer Reviews

For most babies, though, a regular swaddle blanket (or even the swaddleme) will work.
Amaya
There are arm ties to help keep babies arms down, and the extra long wrap helps keeps a tight swaddle, even when baby moves.
~*~shellylay~*~
First night using it she went from being up every 45 minutes to sleeping for 7.5 hours straight at 9 weeks old!!!
shlby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

195 of 204 people found the following review helpful By Jeddy 3 TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 3, 2007
Color Name: Beige
I must admit that in the past I haven't had the best luck with products containing "miracle" in their name. However, this blanket is the shining exception!

Our son was a very big boy -- 10 lb, 6 oz of joy. We had read Harvey Karp's "The Happiest Baby on the Block" (highly recommended) and we knew we wanted to swaddle him. We had planned to use a receiving blanket, but we quickly found out that none of them were remotely big enough. Not even close. We spent a ton of money buying bigger blankets, and we tried two other expensive swaddling blankets as well. Nothing worked, nothing held the baby, and all three of us were desperate to get some sleep. We even bought a cheap sheet set and tore it up to get some bigger patches of cloth. No dice.

Finally, I ordered this blanket online (Amazon didn't carry it at the time, alas.) BINGO -- our son slept through the night at once! Yes! We had to wake him from a sound, swaddled sleep to change and feed him; he went back down like a rock as soon as we re-swaddled him. He loved this blanket. When he saw us coming with it, he'd try to lie quietly with his arms in his sides in anticipation of the (very simple) process of swaddling him up. And I loved the fact that this blanket was so soft and comforting and had no snaps or any other fasteners that could rub him.

I should mention that the two new parents I gave this to as a shower gift were pathetically grateful, and couldn't stop gushing. I understand; for a new parent, anything that grants you sleep is your favorite thing in the world.

A note to parents considering this blanket: Be prepared for some of your friends (especially the childless ones) to recoil in horror at the thought of swaddling. "You're tying your baby up?" "What if he suffocates?
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55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Jeddy 3 TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 9, 2007
Color Name: Pink
I must admit that in the past I haven't had the best luck with products containing "miracle" in their name. However, this blanket is the shining exception!

Our son was a very big boy -- 10 lb, 6 oz of joy. We had read Harvey Karp's "The Happiest Baby on the Block" (highly recommended) and we knew we wanted to swaddle him. We had planned to use a receiving blanket, but we quickly found out that none of them were remotely big enough. Not even close. We spent a ton of money buying bigger blankets, and we tried two other expensive swaddling blankets as well. Nothing worked, nothing held the baby, and all three of us were desperate to get some sleep. We even bought a cheap sheet set and tore it up to get some bigger patches of cloth. No dice.

Finally, I ordered this blanket online (Amazon didn't carry it at the time, alas.) BINGO -- our son slept through the night at once! Yes! We had to wake him from a sound, swaddled sleep to change and feed him; he went back down like a rock as soon as we re-swaddled him. He loved this blanket. When he saw us coming with it, he'd try to lie quietly with his arms at his sides in anticipation of the (very simple) process of swaddling him up. And I loved the fact that this blanket was so soft and comforting and had no snaps or any other fasteners that could rub him.

I should mention that the two new parents I gave this to as a shower gift were pathetically grateful, and couldn't stop gushing. I understand; for a new parent, anything that grants you sleep is your favorite thing in the world.

A note to parents considering this blanket: Be prepared for some of your friends (especially the childless ones) to recoil in horror at the thought of swaddling. "You're tying your baby up?" "What if he suffocates?
Read more ›
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85 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Jeddy 3 TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 3, 2007
Color Name: Blue
I must admit that in the past I haven't had the best luck with products containing "miracle" in their name. However, this blanket is the shining exception!

Our son was a very big boy -- 10 lb, 6 oz of joy. We had read Harvey Karp's "The Happiest Baby on the Block" (highly recommended) and we knew we wanted to swaddle him. We had planned to use a receiving blanket, but we quickly found out that none of them were remotely big enough. Not even close. We spent a ton of money buying bigger blankets, and we tried two other expensive swaddling blankets as well. Nothing worked, nothing held the baby, and all three of us were desperate to get some sleep. We even bought a cheap sheet set and tore it up to get some bigger patches of cloth. No dice.

Finally, I ordered this blanket online (Amazon didn't carry it at the time, alas.) BINGO -- our son slept through the night at once! Yes! We had to wake him from a sound, swaddled sleep to change and feed him; he went back down like a rock as soon as we re-swaddled him. He loved this blanket. When he saw us coming with it, he'd try to lie quietly with his arms in his sides in anticipation of the (very simple) process of swaddling him up. And I loved the fact that this blanket was so soft and comforting and had no snaps or any other fasteners that could rub him.

I should mention that the two new parents I gave this to as a shower gift were pathetically grateful, and couldn't stop gushing. I understand; for a new parent, anything that grants you sleep is your favorite thing in the world.

A note to parents considering this blanket: Be prepared for some of your friends (especially the childless ones) to recoil in horror at the thought of swaddling. "You're tying your baby up?" "What if he suffocates?
Read more ›
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