View Poll Results: What guidelines do you follow?

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  • 1. Sleep baby on the back from birth, not on the tummy or side

    33 68.75%
  • 2. Sleep baby with head and face uncovered

    47 97.92%
  • 3. Keep baby smoke free before birth and after

    41 85.42%
  • 4. Provide a safe sleeping environment

    45 93.75%
  • 5. Sleep baby in their own safe sleeping place in the same room as an adult care-giver for the first six to twelve months

    20 41.67%
  • 6. Breastfeed baby if you can

    40 83.33%
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    Default Which SIDS safe sleeping guidelines did you follow, multi choice poll.

    Just curious to know if many people followed every reccomendation..

    Its a multi choice poll, if you on a mobile device you may be able to click on this post select more then veiw in safari (or other) to vote. Otherwise feel free to post your reply

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    1. Sleep baby on the back from birth, not on the tummy or side
    2. Sleep baby with head and face uncovered
    3. Keep baby smoke free before birth and after
    4. Provide a safe sleeping environment
    5. Sleep baby in their own safe sleeping place in the same room as an adult care-giver for the first six to twelve months
    6. Breastfeed baby if you can

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    All of them.

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    All of the above.

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    All of the above.

    Had a slip-up last night though. DD slept in her new woombie (we'd been wrapping her but she's getting too big for the wraps we were using) and during the night she must have kicked her legs up a fair bit because when she woke this morning, her blankets were up to her eyes. Covering her nose and mouth

    I nearly died as I am SO careful when tucking her in at night. DH put her to bed last night; perhaps he didn't tuck the blankets down tightly enough.

    She was totally fine and woke at the same time as usual, making the same little "eh eh eh" noises. I'm just thankful I always wake as soon as she stirs, but the thought of what can happen scares the cr@p out of me. Will be making sure blankets are tucked in at the bottom so they cannot move tonight!!!!

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    Didn't do #1 ... Ds had severe silent reflux and the only way he would sleep was on his side ...

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    All but #5.

    DS was into his cot in his own room at 4months.

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    1, 2, 3 & 4

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    All except 5 and 6


 

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