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Gorgeous testimony provided by Ashley C.
"Our first baby was born July 6th of this year and she was in the NICU for 8 weeks struggling to breathe. She was diagnosed with bilateral vocal cord paralysis ultimately resulting in a Tracheostomy at only 3 weeks old. ⠀
Her Trach needs to be covered with artificial humidity all night long. She has a string around her neck holding the nose of the humidity right up to her Trach and when putting her to sleep, I constantly worry she will shift or grab at the placement of everything and cause an emergency. I initially tried a sleep sack to contain her arms but found it bunches up around her neck and caused an airway obstruction. ⠀
Then I tried the Ollie Swaddle and it worked perfectly. It’s easy to put on, it’s not close to her neck or Trach site whatsoever, and the opening at the bottom allows the wires from her monitoring devices to easily be connected. ⠀
Thank you so much for this amazing product and for giving me piece of mind that she is safe while sleeping."⠀
- @ashleycharlz .⠀
*Please note: loungers are not safe for sleeping. Due to the medical requirements of this baby's circumstances, sleeping on a lounger has been advised under medical supervision and the advice of her medical team*