News : Aden and Anais Award Winning Swaddling Blankets
When it comes to swaddling a baby in comfort and supreme softness, it doesn't get any better than the swaddling blankets and baby hooded towel designs from Aden and Anais. Every swaddling blanket, each hooded bath towel and baby sleeping bag from Aden and Anais is crafted from soft, breathable muslin fabric for air flow and ultimate comfort. Swaddling a newborn baby in the breathable softness of muslin is the best way to safely swaddle the baby - swaddling baby in anything else simply cannot compare. Whether you seek the ideal swaddling blankets, amazingly soft baby hooded towels and baby washcloths, or you want a baby sleeping bag, you've come to the right place. The Aden and Anais muslin products are made with the safety, softness and breathability you need.
Aden and Anais was formed by Australian mothers who moved to the United States and found that the swaddling blankets made of the muslin fabric they wanted were too small for their babies, Aden and Anais. Further, every swaddling blanket that was large enough was made with fabric other than the muslin cloth that is so readily available for swaddling a baby in Australia. So they began making their own, adding baby hooded towel designs and baby sleeping bags to their soft muslin creations. Before long, they were being asked, "where did you get that great swaddling blanket?" by doctors, friends and mothers out and about who all wanted these muslin swaddling baby items for their own babies. Hence, the company "Aden and Anais" was born.
Whether you're swaddling a newborn, seeking a baby hooded towel or you want a baby sleeping bag and security blanket, you've discovered the Internet's favourite place for the safety, softness and breathable weave of muslin fabric in the form of items you need for your baby. Choose from swaddling blankets, beautiful hooded bath towels and baby washcloths, baby sleeping bags and baby security blankets created with safe, soft, breathable muslin for the peaceful, secure slumber of your swaddling baby.
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