Once a baby is swaddle in a comfortable blanket parents can let them sleep until they wake themselves up for feeding or diaper change. For newborns, regular feeding is required to nourish the body and doctors recommend feeding every 2 to 3 hours. If the newborns don’t wake up, then parents need to un-swaddle them from their slumber for feeding. As newborns grow and gain the proper weight, feeding could be less frequent and but this will depend on the babies’ need, which you’ll know by their crying. When newborns are swaddle, parents should enjoy the rest until the next feeding or diaper change.