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My son will be six months next week and has just started rolling from back to tummy. He has rolled back a couple of times but definitely doesn't do it himself just yet. We're practicing. He does have strong neck and upper body control though. He has just begun rolling in his sleep, he doesn't wake up, he happily sleeps that way. He's in a sleeping bag with arms free, safely in a cot. My concern is if he vomits, as he is a baby who still vomits a lot. Should I be turning him back based on this? But then if I don't wake up I can't help.
I am currently 20 weeks pregnant. I’ve been reading a lot about the Montissori floor bed and after talking to others who have used this method and finding out the reasoning behind it really like the idea. I’m keen to try it with my baby. I’ve got an approved co-sleeper for the first few months but then would like to use the floor bed method. Wondering what Red Nose's view on this is and if any research has been done on safety around this? I want to ensure baby is safe but like the idea of baby having freedom as they grow to explore and develop.
Hello, I have been seeing quite a few ladies on Facebook post about using a pet cooling mat for their babies to cool them down, some using it just for playtime, others have it in the cot, however there are also many people saying it's a SIDS risk. As a first time mum I'm torn on whether this is a good idea for my son. Would you be able to provide any information on whether it's safe? Thank you
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.