Collection: LOVEYS


The Perfect Lovey for the Softest Security Blanket

Our loveys are created with love and care to offer the same cuddly comfort as our baby blankets but in a smaller size. This smaller sizing makes it easy for your little one to snuggle with lovey during naps, bedtime, car rides, stroller walks, nights away from home, or just everyday cuddles. Our loveys are made with our signature TierraLuxe™ fabric for a buttery soft feel perfect for self-soothing and comforting cuddles throughout those early years. The fabric’s hypoallergenic qualities make it an ideal snuggle buddy for those with sensitive skin. While loveys are perfect for cuddling, their versatile design allows for easily attaching to a pacifier, toy, or teether. Our loveys are designed to be well-loved and made to last through many years of comforting cuddles.

What are the Benefits of Baby Loveys?

Transitions can be hard for Little Sprouts. A baby lovey can provide a soothing sense of comfort and security to help your baby adjust to these changes. Snuggling with a soft and cuddly lovey blanket promotes the release of oxytocin, a hormone proven to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. Therefore, lovey blankets can help reduce separation anxiety or bedtime fears. They are also the perfect companion when sleep training, transitioning to new routines, or adjusting to new environments.  As your baby bonds with their lovey, they will have a new source of reassurance and emotional support during difficult times, making it a perfect cuddle buddy as your child grows and gains independence. Our loveys make a wonderful option as a baby gift. 


A lovey is a small security blanket that infants and toddlers can use to promote self-soothing and comfort. Loveys are a form of “transitional object,” providing a sense of emotional support during transitions or when exposed to new experiences and environments. Transitional objects are a great way for babies to gain a sense of independence as they grow. That said, loveys can help provide a sense of comfort to toddlers during bedtime routines, providing a sense of security that helps work through separation anxiety and bedtime-related fears such as the dark or nightmares. In turn, they can snuggle up for a good night’s sleep.

Please note : Until babies reach 12 months old, loveys should not be placed in the crib . Without adult supervision due to suffocation hazards. Until then, babies should only sleep with fitted crib sheets and pacifiers. However, sleep sacks are a perfect solution to providing additional warmth during those first 11 months.

While babies shouldn’t sleep with a lovey until they are 12 months or older, loveys in general can be introduced at any age. Introducing a security blanket at an early age can help establish an emotional bond between your baby and the lovey. While they might not use them for sleep, loveys outside of the crib still provide a sense of emotional support and comfort during transitions and times of emotional distress, uncertainty, or discomfort. Our loveys are designed so they can easily attach to a pacifier, toy, or teether for use at any age.

Loveys are the best when made out of a soft and durable fabric, like Tencel. Our loveys are made with TENCEL™ lyocell fibers to provide long-lasting soft and soothing comfort. Tencel is naturally hypoallergenic, making it a gentle option for delicate skin. The fabric is also highly breathable, absorbent, and moisture-wicking, preventing unwanted bacterial growth or odors. With proper care, your child’s lovey can last for many years of snuggles and cuddles. However, we recommend having a back-up lovey (or two) to keep your baby calm when one is in the wash. The need for washing your lovey, regardless of the material, depends on individual use.

Yes, loveys provide a sense of security and comfort when a baby is struggling with separation anxiety. Research shows that snuggling with a soft and cuddly lovey blanket promotes the release of a feel-good hormone called oxytocin. Oxytocin helps reduce feelings of stress and anxiety during separation and other transitions. Babies with a strong sense of attachment to a lovey have an added sense of reassurance and comfort, providing a sense of security as they explore their independence.