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My 3.5 month old has started rolling onto her tummy at night. She can not yet roll from tummy to back. She has grown out of her bassinet so I have just moved her to her cot which is in her own room as it doesn’t fit in my room. Should I roll her onto her back if she flips or leave her? She doesn’t always cry if she flips so it’s hard to know at night if she has rolled onto her tummy or not unless I happen to wake and find her that way.
My son is 9 weeks old and is rolling from his front to his back when doing tummy time. He is not yet rolling from his back to his front and has not shown signs of being able to do this. He is currently sleeping swaddled, hands in. The Red Nose website says that we should move a baby to a sleeping bag when he shows signs of rolling - is this back to front, or either? Should we move him to a safe sleeping bag now or unswaddle his hands? He still has the moro reflex sometimes. Thank you!
Hello, I have found this bassinet type sleeper called the mumbelli and cannot find much definitive sids info online however it does state on the website that it 'meets or exceeds the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) regulations for infant products'. I feel as if it is sids safe based on the guidelines however was wondering whether you could provide your evaluation. I'm looking to use it as a bassinet NOT as a co sleeper. Thank you in advance. See below for links to the mumbelli: https://mumbelli.com https://youtu.be/7cOiwcMaM1o Kind regards, Grace
Hi, my son is 21months, at the moment he is still in his cot but we will probably transition his bed to toddler mode in the next coming months. My question is when is it considered safe to give him sheets and a light blanket? Previously we have used the sleeping bags for safety reasons. Should we wait until he is in a big bed? P.s not planning to give him a pillow, just top sheet and blanket.. thanks in advance