The Perfect Pink Baby Blanket Girls’ Lovey
Looking for the ideal baby gift for an upcoming baby shower? Or maybe a great security blanket for your baby? Our Rosebud Snoedel is a fantastic pink baby blanket and snuggle scent doll in one. It is specially designed to absorb and retain your scent, and then release it to comfort baby. Shaped like a handkerchief doll, with a head, hat, and arms, this pink baby blanket makes an excellent sleeping and bonding aid. Snoedel’s incredibly soft natural fibers were chosen for their ability to absorb parents’ scent to soothe their baby. It is machine washable and easy to clean, too.
The soft pattern of rosebuds on this security blanket make it a great girls’ lovey that can be used to soothe any baby but is especially great for preemies to ease the separation and continue the parent-to-baby bonding process. It can provide comfort as the baby grows and is one of the best baby gift ideas around!
What is a Snoedel?
Snoedels (pronounced “Snoodle) are handcrafted in the United States with 100% cotton flannel fabric and 100% cleaned and combed wool. With the addition of the special natural wool, the Snoedel is better able to absorb and retain your scent. When held or placed near a newborn or infant the scent is slowly released to comfort the baby, thus improving sleep, aiding in bonding, and soothing a baby’s crying or distress. A parent should sleep with the soft Snoedel for a couple of nights prior to giving the Snoedel to the baby.
- Approximate size 18″ x 18″
- 100% natural materials
- Machine washer safe
- Handmade in USA under “newborn-safe” conditions (environments free of tobacco and perfumes)
How The Rosebud Snoedel Baby Security Blanket Works
Sleep with the Snoedel for 1-2 nights before using for the first time.
Position the Snoedel in baby’s bed so that the baby can smell the parent’s scent, which is now being slowly released. We recommend laying the Snoedel in the corner of the crib or positioning the Snoedel so as not to interfere in any way with the baby’s breathing for at least the first 3 months of age.