Introducing a Comforter: Start by putting the comforter between you and your baby during feeding. Pop the comforter up your top for a few hours or overnight, to get your scent onto it. If your baby has been swaddled, you can start leaving one arm out of the swaddle and put the comforter in reach. Click to see full answer. Besides, when should I introduce a comforter to my baby?If you would like your baby to become attached to a particular comforter from babyhood through the their toddler years, between 7-10 months is the best time to introduce your comforter. Comforters make great newborn gifts, and quality comforters are safe for your baby to hug, play and chew from birth when awake.Secondly, why do children have comforters? Comforters are used to calm children when they are worried, afraid or tired. Whilst comforters can soothe children and help them to feel safe, perhaps when they are separated from you (either at night or in someone else’s care) they can become very attached to them. Regarding this, are baby comforters safe? Some babies like to sleep with their comforters over their faces. This can be a sign of coldness (as is moving around the cot). The Safe Bedding Guide has tips on how to tell if your baby is too cold or hot cold. We also recommend that you have more than one comforter, and that they are machine washable.What do you do with baby comforters? Introducing a Comforter: Let your baby hold it while feeding, as they will be relaxed and cuddled up to you. Pop the comforter up your top for a few hours or overnight, to get your scent onto it. If your baby has been swaddled, you can start leaving one arm out of the swaddle and put the comforter in reach.