Safe for rolling babies

Use when you can no longer wrap or swaddle your baby safely

When it comes to stopping your baby from scratching the itch of eczema, wrapping and swaddling can be extremely effective. But what do you do when your child becomes too old, too big, and too active for these techniques? Knowing when to stop swaddling can take a lot of pressure off of you as a parent and ensure that your child continues to get healthy sleep every night.

when to stop swaddling

The general rule of when to stop wrapping baby is that once they begin to roll, toss, and turn during sleep it’s no longer safe to keep them tightly wrapped. Many parents turn to regular blankets and sheets at this point, but what about if you have a child who scratches? Eczema in toddlers can be extremely frustrating because you can no longer wrap them but they still itch. This is where the Bamboo Bubby Bag™ comes in!

As your child grows, all the way up to 2 years old or more, your Bamboo Bubby Bag™ will keep them covered and safe while giving them the freedom to toss, turn, and stretch at night. Having the protection of the soft and durable bamboo/cotton fabric blend of our sleeping bags means that you can go from swaddling babies to protecting toddlers with no stress or hassle – and they won’t be able to scratch!


When it comes time to stop wrapping baby or swaddling baby, your Bamboo Bubby Bag™ can help make the transition easy for you and your child while also making sure they can’t cause damage to their skin. They’ll be able to move and grow without having access to their fingers, so you’ll see less scratches, infections, and flare ups. The perfect solution!