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Lilli has been sleeping on her tummy since she was about 4 weeks old. We have the angelcare monitor so that helps ease my fears a little. She wakes up if we lay her any way else, so that's why she sleeps on her belly, plus we started putting her like that when she had colic and gas.
Savannah still goes to bed swaddled on her back. She has not learned how to roll over either direction yet.
We will put her on her stomach for naps if we can. As much as she hates tummy time, she will nap great on her stomach. I love how the paci stays in this way. So, if she gets startled and wakes up she just starts sucking right aways and usually goes back to sleep. I only put her down on her stomach if I am in the same room watching her though. She is usually on the couch next to me.
Natalie has been put on her back so much, she hates her stomach. My sisters foster baby died of sids at 3 months old. He was put to sleep on his stomach, for a nap. I did cpr on him and because of that, I'm especially paranoid. Poor Natalie is bald in back from being put on her back so much.
After she starts rolling more, I won't worry so much.
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Parker has been doing this the past week and it's been freaking me out too. I roll him back over but he just flips right back. If he could roll from tummy to back it wouldn't bother me as bad but he won't do that.
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