Hi Belinda! It might not be as bad as you expect. As you mention, he’s changing so quickly so the swaddle might become less important as he learns to control his body. You could try nap time without the swaddle first, as a test run. Also, if you haven’t already, talk with your pediatrician about his eczema. It’s a good time to try and get it under control – before he really scratches! I’d love to hear what some of the other Bundoo families think too!
Thank you, Dr. Sara!
Yeah, I’ve tried the naps without swaddle he did ok, better than I thought, need to pad him and be with him for 10/15min til he falls asleep. But as soon as he starts scratching he will wake up, knocking off his pacifier… can’t soothe himself back to sleep. Still swaddle my little one for the night time, cuz I don’t want and bloody face in the morning 🙁
I guess I will get rid of swaddle first then deal with pacifier later.
His eczema is very unpredictable depends on the weather if its too cold and dry the skin will break or too hot and humid 🙁 has to maintain the humidity between 60% (We live in South East Asia super humid and hot in the summer). Just got some scratch me not sleeves to see if that would help.