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Recall Notice: Swaddle Bee (Loviebee) Children's Security Blanket

Swaddle Bee Children’s Security Blankets can create a choking hazard with snaps that fall off
Swaddle Bee Recalls Children's Security Blankets Due to Choking Hazard...
Credit: Consumer Product Safety Commission
By Wendy Schmitz ⋅ Senior Review Editor
Tuesday September 10, 2019

This recall involves the Loviebee children's security blankets made by Swaddle Bee. This security blanket comes in blue/gray, blue/white, pink/gray, and pink/white with optional embroidery. They have a body that is 16" X 16" with two straps on diagonal corners that have metal snaps at the end of each strap used to secure the blanket to a stroller, crib, car seat, or baby's wrist. The logo is on a sewn-on a tag (see below) attached to the corner.

Swaddle Bee Recalls Children's Security Blankets Due to Choking Hazard
Swaddle Bee Recalls Children's Security Blankets Due to Choking Hazard
Credit: Consumer Product Safety Commission


This blanket accessory has snaps that can become detached, which poses a potential choking hazard.

Confirmed Incidents

So far, there have been two reports of snaps detaching from the blanket and no reports of injuries.


All consumers should stop using the blanket immediately and they should contact Swaddle Bee for a full refund.

Who to Contact for More Information

You can contact Swaddle Bee at 800-643-7044 from 9 am-8 pm EST Sunday-Thursday, at, or at under "Product Recalls."

More information can also be found on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website.


Swaddle Bee LLC, of Spring Valley, N.Y.

Product Origin


Where Was it Sold

This product was sold online at and on Instagram on the Swaddle Bee account from September 2018 - May 2019.

Recall Date

July 9, 2019

Recall Number


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