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How to Wrap and Position a Baby in a Neobed Home?

(A child with a hip, fever, or elevated temperature should not be wrapped.)

1. Unfold the inner part

Place the bed in a cot or another safe area and spread out the inner part of the hands on the bed so that the upper ends extend over the upper part of the bed, the right and left sleeve hand and the bottom two hands the lower bed.

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2. Position baby so that it lies on the middle part

Place the baby so that it lies on the middle of the hands and the pelvis. Press the baby's hand against the body and drag the right hand arm diagonally over the body. Turn the baby on the right side and slide the remaining part of the sleeve under the body

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3. Bend the bottom up

Then put the baby back on it's back and straighten its hand along the body. Bend the lower part of the arms with your hands up and fold over the right side of the arms. Do not tighten so the baby can freely kick with his feet (feet can peek out of the wrap).

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4. Fold the ends of the inner part around the head

Drag your left hand over the shoulder and put it under the baby's body. Fold the top of the inner part around the head. When properly wrapped, thanks to tightly pressed hands to baby's body and fixed head, it will sleep peacefully and happily. Now just enjoy more comfort and well-being for you and your baby. I recommend that you continuously check if the baby does not sweating because of bad wrapping.

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