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I bought a Steelcraft portacot for an upcoming trip for my baby who has just turned 6 months - but the mattress/base is very thin and hard (compared with the substantial and comfortable spring cot mattress at home). - Is it safe to use this wool underlay here: https://www.babybunting.com.au/babyrest-lambswool-portacot-underlay-strap.html? - OR this padded fitted sheet here: http://www.urbanbaby.com.au/Padded-Travel-Cot-Sheet#.XAJyZBMzai5? Please let me know thanks.
We are planning some overnight stays in a boat over summer and our son will be about 5-6 months old. What would be the safest way to sleep him? There is a kids bunk that is netted in but we think he will be too little for this. We have looked into cosleeper sleep positioners to place in our bunk but not sure how safe these are and most seem to be only suitable for younger newborn babies in terms of size. We don't think there would be enough room for our portacot on board. Appreciate any advice.
My 7 month old loves sleeping on his side and stomach. I always put him to sleep on his back (and I mean always) but he just rolls over into his sleeping position almost instantly sometimes. I occasionally roll him back onto his back but he just wakes up again. I'm at a loss. Is he safe? During play time he can fully roll at will from back to front and front to back. He sleeps in armless sleeping bags. Thank you.
My nearly 4 month old baby can roll from back to tummy with relative ease but can’t roll from tummy to back. He often rolls over in his sleep. Most of the time he wakes and cries so we re-settle and put him on his back. However sometimes he self settles and stays asleep on his tummy. Should we leave him on his tummy if still asleep or roll him onto his back? Rolling him wakes him. He sleeps in a sleeping bag in a cot.