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    Default No more rolling! PLEASE

    Hi my son is 8 months old and keeps rolling over in the night and waking himself up, i have to get up and go to him sometime neally 10 times a night hes always been a really good sleeper until about a month ago any ideas?
    Thanks sammy :-)

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    In all honesty, there is not much you can do. It's just a phase your LO will grow out of soon enough.

    Having said that, there are those foam wedges you could buy, but I wouldn't waste the money

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    Thanks guys, he goes straight back to sleep but until a hour later hes done it again lol, and he does the same lifts his body like hes doing situps lol. i had one of those wedge things with my daughter because she hated sleeping on her back so i used it to keep her on her side, but it didnt take her long to figure out how to get out of it so i didnt bother with one of those i might have to check out the baby shop for something else,

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    Sorry push ups

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    Is he crawling yet? Sounds like he is practicing in his sleep and once he has mastered that skill it will calm down again.

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    Nothing useful to add except that I thought this thread was going to be you begging for people to stop RICK-rolling!

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    My DS does that too. Very annoying! Try and teach him to roll back on to his back during the day. If that doesn't work then try putting him to sleep on his tummy in the first place. He's old enough to sleep on his tummy now, he just needs to learn that it's ok to be there.

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    No crawling yet, hes so close to it tho, i hope your right hehe.
    Oh no i hope you can get some sleep. Also what is rick-rolling???


 

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