Not sure what to do with those expensive muslin swaddle blankets, now that your kid is too big to be swaddled??? Check these out...
While pregnant, I read several twin related books in preparation for their arrival. The one thing that has stuck with me is: “you have twins, you don’t have time for that”. The author said it would become my motto, and it has. Sorry I do not remember the title of the book but she went on to explain why you should make your life simple by anticipating your needs and being prepared.
For example: If your babies will drink 8 bottles each per day, make 16 bottles in advanced, because you will not have time to wash bottles out during the day (I was chained to the pump in those early days).
Like most things, I took this lesson to the extreme and have amassed quite a stockpile of baby gear. From t-shirts to swaddle blankets, you name it I have boxes full. I usually donate or give away all of the gear and clothing they can no longer fit, but have yet to give away the muslin swaddle blankets.
The Aden & Anais muslin swaddle blankets are generously sized 47x47 inches. That's more than enough fabric to make pajamas for your little. I've made far more with less. To get you started on these breezy summer PJ's, check out my