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A unique hybrid between swaddling and babywearing
SleepBelt is a premium quality product designed for the 4th trimester and beyond
A hands free skin-to-skin support system and nap wrap, SleepBelt allows baby to sleep sound, snug and secure on mom or dad’s chest while giving parents their hands back to read, use a tablet, or their smart phone; it literally belts your sleeping baby to you, enabling and encouraging rest and recovery while easing your baby from womb to world. As baby grows, tap into the versatility of SleepBelt to keep baby close in other ways.
Did you know?
Skin-to-skin contact helps infants fall asleep more easily and also sleep for a longer period of time. This allows the new mother to get more rest and reduce stress levels.
Quick & easy to get on
Has unique 4-way stretch, which naturally mimics the womb
Allows baby to be in their most comfortable position: legs straight, tucked, or froggy style
Comfortable for the wearer: no knots, clips or buckles to dig in, no strain on the neck back or shoulders
Unisex & adjustable
Versatile: skin-to-skin (0-3 months), forward facing on lap (when baby has full neck/head control and can sit with your support), gentle chair restraint (when baby can sit unassisted - do not leave baby unattended.)
Recommended in "Sweet Sleep" by La Leche League International and used in hospitals (NICUs and with full term babies).
SleepBelt was named as one of Family Review Center's BEST OF THE YEAR (2013).
How long can I use the SleepBelt supprt with my baby?
Because SleepBelt is not a weight-bearing product, there is no restriction. Your child will outgrow the product developmentally before they outgrow it physically; at approx. 3-4 months, baby will become too squirmy for skin-to-skin, at which point you can use it to secure baby forward-facing on your lap or as a gentle restraint elsewhere (Always be alert & aware and NEVER leave baby unattended while using your SleepBelt).
12" of adjustable sizing means it will fit you, your changing postpartum body, other caregivers, and your growing baby.