TRANSITIONING AWAY FROM SWADDLING
After a few months, you'll start to notice that your baby will become calmer, and swaddling will become less and less necessary. This is when you can start gradually moving away from swaddling. Try doing this step by step. If your baby starts to roll over on its own, or is older than six months, it is a good idea to start using a regular sleeping bag.
The Woombie Convertible is perfect for moving away from swaddling step-by-step, because it has arm openings that allow you to pull your baby's arms through. You could start by just taking the right arm out, later take the left arm out, and as a final step both arms. By gradually transitioning away from swaddling, your little one will get used to having more freedom of movement and not being restricted anymore.
TRY IT WITH ONE ARM FIRST
Start by just pulling one arm out of the swaddle for a nap, then for instance don't swaddle during the day, and gradually transition away this way. Don't be afraid to end the swaddling phase! If you're considering it, it probably means that your baby has found a nice sleeping pattern and fussy sleeps are behind you. Have faith in this. Is it not working? You'll notice soon enough. You won't be back to square one again; try to go through the process step by step again to let your baby get used to sleeping without being swaddled.