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    My ds was 18 months and still in his cot when he got a pillow. He wasn't a wriggler in his sleep, but mostly he'd wriggle just a tiny bit & end up sleeping on his tummy, with his head off the pillow.

    My almost 10mo dd is a major wriggler in her sleep and I'm in no rush to give her a pillow as I think she would bury her head under it ... (not that I would vaguely consider it til 12 months, but I don't think she'll stop wriggling in her sleep in only 2 months time ).

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    Ds was about 18 months when he had his own pillow, it's also when he went into a big boy bed

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    18 months, when I noticed my DD hugging once of the cushions while sleeping.

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    Well after first night of having a pillow, she slept ALL night apart from the whining at around 2am but she went back to sleep!! I know she didnt use the pillow most of the night as when I checked on her when I went to bed she was curled up underneath it. Hopefully it wasn't a fluke that she slept the night and she continues to sleep through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2mj View Post
    My DD is 13 months old and constantly wakes herself up as she pushes up in her cot and bashes her head on the side. I was just wondering at what age you have your child a pillow. I think it would stop her pushing herself up but she seems too little still as she is a small 13MO.

    Tia x
    DD does this also. I roll up a towel andnput it up on the end of the cot. Is much better now.

    Sorry if someone else has already suggested, havent read replies

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    DS 16months when he went into a toddlerbed.

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    Between 12 and 16 months when they went into single beds

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    I'm glad you posted this, OP. I was wondering the same thing. My son steals my pillows when he is in with me but doesn't have one in his cot, perhaps I'll try him with a pillow tonight.


 

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