Home

Newborn Baby Asleep in His Swing

Brica Swing Baby In-Sight Mirror

$24.99


FREE Shipping on eligible orders See Details

Then we work on HOW to help baby sleep in the swing, WHEN to transition your (now) happily sleeping baby to their crib, and then HOW to make that transition happen. And it works. And every family I’ve ever worked with now loves the swing. And every baby has happily made their way into their own crib. When they were ready.

So glad I stumbled on this site…very useful information! To be honest, I was one of those people who hated the thought of putting my baby into a swing…I felt like I was giving up and letting the swing do the mothering (even though I put my son in there so I could have some breakfast for pump!)

swings, gear & activity, baby : Target

  • Jiggle their head.* Put your swaddled pacifier sucking baby in the swing in the dark room with the white noise. Crouch down behind the swing so they can’t really see you. Push the swing with your arm (the motor is off for now). If your baby is not calming or falling asleep, jiggle the back of the swing left and right WHILE you are swinging it back and forth. The goal here is to have your baby’s cheeks wiggling like a bowl of jello. (Here is a good video example of baby jiggling). You can also shoosh loudly (I know you are rocking the white noise already but for some reason the added shooshing seems to help). Keep it up for 2-3 minutes or until your baby starts to look tired. A great visual cue to look for is the sleepy blink – your baby starts to blink more slowly as though their eyelids are getting heavier. When you start to see sleepy cues turn on the swing motor.
  • This smart baby swing has tons of features to help you ..

    So glad I stumbled on this site…very useful information! To be honest, I was one of those people who hated the thought of putting my baby into a swing…I felt like I was giving up and letting the swing do the mothering (even though I put my son in there so I could have some breakfast for pump!)

    Then we work on HOW to help baby sleep in the swing, WHEN to transition your (now) happily sleeping baby to their crib, and then HOW to make that transition happen. And it works. And every family I’ve ever worked with now loves the swing. And every baby has happily made their way into their own crib. When they were ready.