The Baby Mori Swaddle Bag functions similarly to the Woombie or ErgoCocoon, but is made from gorgeous organic fabrics and is quite a bit pricier. It is not officially tog-rated, but it is about a 1.0 and is suitable for temperate (but not chilly) climates.
Things We Love
- Gorgeous Fabrics and Simple Designs: We love love love the look of this swaddle sack. The designs are simple and gorgeous, the fabric is soft, and it's even organic!
- Snug and Secure with Some Arm Freedom: One zip and your newborn is swaddled securely. Within the zipped swaddle, your baby will have some arm freedom, but there will be no Houdini-style escape artistry from this swaddle.
- Easy: To swaddle, place baby on top of the swaddle bag and zip everything in. For some babies, it’s as easy as that. For squirmier babes, this “zip everything in” bit can prove challenging, and you may wish you had a third hand for the job.
- Three Swaddle Options: This swaddle allows for both arms in, one arm out, or both arms out.
- Easy Diaper Changes: The two-way zipper makes swaddled diaper changes possible.
Things We Don't Love As Much
- One Size: This swaddle is available in one newborn size only, which fits babies up to 24 inches or 12 pounds.
- Lightweight Only: These swaddles are lightweight, about 1.0 tog. If you live in a cold climate, you will need to dress your baby in multiple layers underneath the this swaddle bag, or opt for a different swaddle, like the Gunapod, ErgoCocoon, or Halo Sleep Sack Swaddle.
- Not So Easy for Feeding: In order to feed with arms out, you’ll have to take off the swaddle entirely.