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When my LO rolled back to side I swaddled with one arm out. Now he rolls completely so he is swaddle free and doing well.
I'm with HALO and I'm also a mom and a HALO SleepSack user. When a baby shows signs of rolling over, she shouldn't be swaddled
with her arms in. This
usually occurs on or before 4-6 months of age, but each baby is different. Because your
baby is partially rolling,
you might consider swaddling her with both arms out, which is very easy to do with a Halo
This will give her mobility when she rolls (won't restrict her) and also the soothing sensation
of the swaddle. Hope this helps!