My 4mo DS is in the process of trying to learn to roll from his back to his tummy (can roll from tummy to back with relative ease already). Anyway, he has started to try and roll while he is in his cot. He CAN'T roll yet and so gets extremely frustrated and cries out.
He is also now doing this in his sleep!!! We watched him the other night has he struggled and strained to roll over, in the process turning himself 180 degrees.
It has gradually been getting worse to the point where he will cry out many times a night, when I go in he is in various uncomfortable positions, pushed against the sides etc etc. He is usually crying in his sleep, but is ocassionally awake.
I have been simply moving him back to the correct position and leaving. This solves the problem in the short term.
A friend of mine suggested a sleep positioner as a potential solution to this. I have been looking at them in the shops and note they are breathable but I am worried about the SIDS implications of using one with such a wriggly bub as my DS.
Does anyone have any opinions or advice? If they are safe can you use them while bub is in a wrap or only with arms completely free?