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Has your owlet managed to get into any compromising positions, fall and startle themselves, etc, now they're getting more mobile?
We always sit Michaela so she's not in any danger and sit with her of course. But a couple of times now she has suddenly gone from sitting to flopping and caught a toy on the way down, or rolled over onto one, and cried. She also sometimes rolls over or shuffles her way round in a circle, or sort of shuffles backwards until she touches something on hands and knees, and then cries because she's "stuck" or can't reach what she wants!
He constantly is reaching for something and toppling over. He has pulled himself up a few times, and about 10 seconds later falls over. It more surprises him than hurts though. I can imagine this is only the beginning
Before we put the mesh liner in the crib, Emily used to wiggle around and get her foot stuck in the slats all the time.
She also fell back and hit her head on the hardwood floor when she was first learning to sit. That was scary but she only cried for for 20 seconds and then she was fine. I think it scared her more than anything. I'm sure this is just the beginning...
ohhh yes. Nothing serious but he rolls into this divider wall between the living room and the dining area/kitchen and gets stuck or bumps his head. Sometimes when we put him in his crib as a "safe place" while using the bathroom or whatnot he sticks his leg or arm through the slats and gets stuck. or he bumps his head o things when rolling. getting stuck really bothers him.