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Merino fitted wrap (lightweight)

This is our merino fitted wrap made with our lightweight merino.

What is LIGHTWEIGHT merino:

Our stunning lightweight merino collection has all the warmth benefits that newborn babies need to regulate temperature, it's ultra-soft and ultra-lightweight, so you get natural merino that is lite enough to layer with whatever you want; for example: during extra warm nights, you might like to wear just a pure merino singlet and nappy underneath your fitted wrap, then as the temperature cools down, start adding a nightgown, sleepsuit and singlet. 

If you think your baby might be sensitive to wool - then buy this ultra soft, lightweight merino as it is only 17 micro merino (which means it's best for sensitive skin, especially during the warmest months)

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WHY you need our fitted merino wrap?

Its a proven fact that babies loved to be swaddled/wrapped. 

Our swaddle is superior to all other wraps on the market because we have eliminated all the guesswork and made it easy to use - even dads can wrap/swaddle like a pro.  Simply slip your baby into the hip-healthy body pocket and wrap the wings around your precious bundle.  The super-soft merino stretches to form a snug fit around your little one making them feel safe, secure and warm - no folding, zips or Velcro required. Our wraps/swaddles are designed to be worn over pyjamas such as nightgowns & sleepsuits and therefore replace the need for loose blankets.

  • The perfect fit for your newborn till between 3mths or till they start to roll over, whichever comes first.
  • Hip-healthy - Our body pocket is wide enough to allow the baby to actively flex the hips with excessive restraint, while also allowing for good hip abduction and rotation.  Watch the video below to see that the hips can naturally fall into the "frog position" which helps prevent hip dysplasia.

  • The long length measures 65cm from the back of the neck to the bottom of the pocket. When baby is very little, and there is excess length in the body pocket you can easily tuck the fabric under, tie it with an elastic band or simply tie a knot at the bottom to avoid the possibility of baby slipping down.
  • It is designed to be worn with arms in, however, you can easily wear with one or both arms out, making it an ideal transition swaddle. 
  • Made locally in New Zealand.

Still need convincing - watch the video at the bottom of the page & see how easy our wraps are to use.

      Buy a matching knotted beanie:

      When you buy this fitted wrap you can add on a popular matching knotted beanie for an extra layer of comfort and warmth for only $5.00

      Simply tie the knot to fit your baby's head and adjust the knot as they grow.   The knotted beanies are perfect for day time strolling and all out and about activities - just make sure you don't sleep your baby overnight in a hat (as they may overheat).

      • Designed to fit from newborn to approx 3-5mths.
      • The folded hem design is sewn down on the sides to prevent falling down over babies eyes.
      • Knotted design - simply tie the knot to fit your baby's head and adjust the knot as they grow for a perfect fit.


      Why should you use merino against the skin for layering:

      Merino should be used for all newborn babies 365 days of the year for night-time sleeping.  In fact on those warmer nights, it works BETTER than cotton to help regulate temperature and keep your newborn baby cool.  Newborn babies can not regulate temperature for around 12 weeks of life - this means they might be cold even when it's hot in the house.  So it is really important to use merino against the skin so the merino garment can do the job for them.

      Merino will draw the moisture away from your newborn delicate skin when warm and then as the temperature drops (between 3-5am) the merino will push the warmth back into the skin - so they don't wake up because they are cold. If merino hadn't been invented by nature, you'd be forgiven for thinking it was invented by magic.

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