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    You shouldn't be swaddling or wrapping if she can roll on her own, she should have her arms out so she doesn't get stuck. As you have discovered, she can still move around heaps in the cot anyway so you might as well leave her in the sleeping bag.
    Putting anything in her cot besides sheets increases the risk of SIDS so no, you shouldn't put them in the cot. They are just something else that might cover her face or get her stuck in a bad position.
    If she can roll on her own and find her own position it is fine to let her sleep on her side or tummy IF she moves there herself. Put her on her back and just let her decide how she wants to sleep. As long as her arms are free and she has nothing to get stuck on she'll sort herself out so she can breath properly.
    It's normal for them to have a sleep regression at around 4 months, she's learning lots of new things and her little mind has way to much to do to sleep They settle down eventually.

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    what if you buy a breathing monitor for peace of mind?

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    DD is now back in her love to swaddle.. Is this ok?

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    Yes she has started to roll over..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarcyJ View Post
    You shouldn't be swaddling or wrapping if she can roll on her own, she should have her arms out so she doesn't get stuck.
    Oh yeah, if your bub is rolling, don't swaddle..

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    I'd probably start to transition out of the swaddle if she can roll over. I think you can get ones where you can take out an arm at a time.

    I used a halo sleepsack which did a similar thing.

    I don't think you're supposed to be swaddling once they can rollover. Agree with PP that a movement monitor might help until you can transition to a sleeping bag.

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    We used a safe t sleep, it's not a SIDS risk.

    http://www.safetsleep.com/


 

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