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swaddling clothes

in which Mary wraps her new-born infant. [N.T.: Luke 2:7]
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And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.
The act of swaddling does carry a risk of the baby overheating if the caregiver uses multiple blankets that are too thick or uses thick fluffy fabric that creates excessive thermal insulation (van Gestel, L'Hoir, ten Berge, Johannes, Jansen, & Plotz, 2002).
The Bassinest, coupled with a HALO SleepSack Swaddle or SwaddleSure Adjustable Swaddling Pouch, is the perfect combination to ensure safe sleep for babies all night long.
While swaddling--the practice of wrapping an infant in light fabric with the head exposed--is often touted as a way to help infants sleep more soundly, the association between swaddling and the risk of SIDS was unclear, the study stated.
Baby will go "gaga" over this cozy swaddling solution
The Question: Does swaddling infants affect their risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)?
A belen is also a great reminder that Christ came to the world not as a prince, but as a poor boy in swaddling clothes, born in a manger.
All 12 incidents involving swaddling in ordinary blankets resulted in death.
A Your mum is right in saying that swaddling has been used for hundreds of years to make a new baby feel secure and cuddled.
As Mandler notes, racism may have contributed to the ready acceptance of the Japan analysis, while the swaddling theory conflicted with the West's faith that all peoples yearned for freedom and democracy.
Tight swaddling is not encouraged, particularly when the legs are out straight and down because it can restrict normal hip development.
She said: "I didn't think I would be a fan of the swaddling, but the swaddling's pretty amazing.