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    Default What age did you let your bub sleep with a pillow?

    Just wondering what other families have done...

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    2 its a SIDS risk prior to that. I was still dubious at that age but he wanted one and we were co sleeping so could keep an eye on him anyways. I wouldn't advise letting a child below that age have a pillow, especially if they were sleeping alone in their own room.

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    2 when he went into a single bed. But he never stays on it anyway, he still ends up in some fantastic positions around the bed lol.

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    Can't remember exact age but when they were able to crawl properly. Figured they could move well and not suffocate themself. We coslept though and a lot of the time they moved around the bed so much they never really stayed on the pillow.

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    At 18mths when we moved her into a single bed she got a pillow and doona.

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    He was almost 2 years old.

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    A little bit before 2 it was a small tea tree one.

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    When we moved her into a bed at 2.5. Though its only now at 3.5 that she has started consistently using it.

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