This post was sponsored by Nested Bean. All opinions and reviews are completely mine and unbiased.
Zen One Swaddle: New Nested Bean Sleepwear
Nested Bean’s newest sleepwear, Zen One™: the only swaddle you’ll ever need! It adapts to every stage of your child’s sleep, from birth to 6 months–newborn, active sleeper, and rolling over. Learn about Nested Bean’s newest sleepwear, and embrace the mindset that sleep is a necessity, not a luxury, for both you and baby.
What Is Nested Bean Sleepwear?
Nested Bean sleepwear soothes like your touch. The products are gently weighted, feeling like your hand on your baby’s chest. Your baby will sleep better in 1-3 nights, when wearing Nested Bean sleepwear; it’s their good night’s sleep promise. That may seem too good to be true, but I can assure you (based on experience) that it’s not.
Let Nested Bean help your baby sleep and family thrive!
Zen One Swaddle
It’s no secret that babies love falling asleep in their parents’ arms. The Zen One swaddle mimics that feeling for uninterrupted sleep, no matter how your baby wears it.
There are four features to the Zen One convertible swaddle. Gently weighted Cuddle Pads on the chest and sides provide continuous comfort all night long. Unlike Nested Bean’s other swaddles, the Zen One has removable mesh sleeves, allowing for swaddling in different ways. The secure band keeps your baby’s arms down or wraps around their belly to keep their arms free. A 2-way zipper makes night-time diaper changes a breeze.
You can use the Zen One swaddle three different ways: for newborns (secure arm band holds down arms to prevent the startle reflex), active sleepers (breathable mesh sleeves keep arms in but visible to help self-soothe), and for transitioning babies (removable sleeves allow one or both arms out for range of movement). Plus, your baby will be ready to transition into the Zen Sack when they start rolling, after adjusting to sleeping without the Zen One’s sleeves.
The Zen One comes in two sizes, Newborn (0-3 months, 7-13 pounds) and Small (3-6 months, 13-18.5 pounds). It is light and breathable (made of 95% cotton and 5% spandex) for year round comfort and machine washable.
Our Experience With Nested Bean Sleepwear
My daughter slept in the Nested Bean Swaddle until she was eight months old (she was a preemie and had a corrected age of five months), and then transitioned into the Zen Sack. She’s now a year old, and still sleeping in her Zen Sack. We have no plans to take her out! She sleeps really well at night (from around 8 PM to 8 AM), and we contribute a lot of that to her Nested Bean sleepwear.
The Zen One would have made transitioning her from the Zen Swaddle to Zen Sack easier. It would have been nice for her to work on self-soothing with the Zen One’s mesh sleeves, too.
Zen One Swaddle
There are a few baby products that I regret buying, but our Nested Bean sleepwear is not one of them. In fact, they have been lifesavers!
Try the new Zen One convertible swaddle, and see why more than 200,000 families trust Nested Bean with their child’s sleep.
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Taylor Pittman Hardy wrote this article.
Some images provided by Nested Bean.