Diaper covers are usually used to wrap the baby securely from shoulder to toe. The practice of changing babies dates back centuries and is still widespread in many cultures today.
Native Americans used ribbons and blankets, and they also had more sophisticated wrapping techniques. Using a portable diaper changing pad is a great way to soothe and calm your picky baby.
It has also been shown to help reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). The risk of SIDS is greatest at 3 months of age and using the traditional American swaddling technique, the blanket allows the baby to escape.
A swaddle blanket allows the baby to remain in a more stable position while sleeping, which actually reduces the risk of SIDS. In addition, the use of this blanket has been proven to help babies sleep better, longer, and more comfortably.
The blanket prevents rapid movements that can cause the baby to wake up. This in turn helps improve older people's sleep quality, as well as the number of hours they sleep.
Babies swaddled in a diaper are said to feel more secure, a feeling similar to that in the womb. The blanket helps regulate the temperature so that the baby is warm and comfortable while sleeping.
If the baby is put in the blanket while awake, the mother can easily hold it and carry it everywhere; The blanket turns the baby into a handy little pack. The blanket prevents the baby's hands from interfering with the breastfeeding process.