You seem to find it important that a baby can touch his face in Red Castle Cocoonababy®. Why is this?

In the womb a baby can touch his face and even suck his thumb. If he is on his back on a flat, hard surface a newborn’s arms will lie on either side of his head in a “3 branch candlestick “posture. He can’t touch his face as he hasn’t the strength to move his arms upwards – some say that in this posture babies suffer from "separation anxiety" as they are lying in a space too big for them and they lose their bearings. In the Cocoonababy® nest baby can touch his face, mouth and body thereby feeling the limits of his own body.