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    Default For those who had / do have tummy sleepers...

    Did your LO one sleep in a grobag, or similar whilst tummy sleeping (0-12 months)???

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    Sure did, till about 10 months when they started wearing a terry wondersuit under a fleece wonder suit to allow free legs.

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    DS is 10 months and has been in s gro bag since 6 weeks.

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    DS stopped being swaddled at about 6 months, was in gro-bags for a while, and then when he couldn't move around enough in those, he stopped wanting anything on him at all. I can't even get him to have a sheet over him now! It's fine though, just have to dress him extra warmly when it's cold

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    Stared using a sleeping bag from 4mths and still needs it at 14mths as he moves everywhere throughout the night


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    Yes both my kids have gro bags and slept on their tummies from about 6-9 months.

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    Thanks so much!! DD2 is 5.5 months an LOVES her tummy... But she also loves to be wrapped and snuggled so thinking the grobag / sleeping bag would be good for that and also obviously for warmth... DD1 had no intention of sleeping on her tummy until she was at least 12 months old and out of the sleeping bag... DD2 has very good head control and we have camera and sound monitors so I think she will be okay in a bag on her tummy...


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    DS started sleeping in a gro bag after I stopped wrapping him at about 6 months.

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    DS started in a grobag at about 10 weeks as he commenced rolling at 9 weeks and the MACH nurse told me to stop swaddling him as it was a sids risk (him being swaddled and able to roll). So I used a sleep positioner to keep him on his back in the grobag until he learnt to wriggle backwards out of it (by about 5 months).

    Then he used to sleep on his tummy and at 2 still does.


 

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