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    On the advice of my LC we put DS down for tummy time after every daytime feed. No time limit - just until he cracks it, but it's around 10mins each time...

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    All my kids loved there tummy time hated being on there back from day 1 but they all had excellent head control from the moment they were born.. Even the doctors and midwife would freak out on how straight they would hold there head up when I was in hospital sorry no advice

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    I do tummy time as long as they're happy, never actually timed either of my kids! DS crawled by 6.5 months but DD didn't crawl until she was 8 months, babies are all so different.


 

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