I've just (re) checked the safe sleep guidelines that state babies should be put on their backs to sleep. Apparently 'most' babies can't roll onto their tummy till 5-6 months... My DD is 3 months old and has been rolling herself onto her tummy to settle/sleep for the last 2 weeks... While I'm not as worried about it in the day because I'm generally in the same room as her or monitoring closely (as when she sleeps its generally only 10-25 mins at a time), her wanting/needing to do this at night is starting to worry me. She will literally throw herself around her bassinet until she manages to roll over (bashing arms and legs multiple times in the meantime), and once on her tummy will settle quickly. Only problem is that if I attempt to turn her she will wake. I've tried wrapping, but she just fights that and becomes quite upset.
Basically my question is - has anyone else had this happen from so young? And any ideas to encourage back sleeping? (At least for a couple more months?)