The new research by an international team, including a Melbourne scientist, has found babies who die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS have brain stem abnormalities that may leave the infant unable to adequately react when faced with a stressor while asleep.
There are conflicting views about wrapping your baby. I believe it’s important to wrap your baby. The wrap ensures your baby feels secure and settles those busy hands when you’re breastfeeding. It’s helps to wrap when you feed and when your baby is going to sleep.