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    She currently has the wedges which she sleeps between to stop her from rolling, can I still use these or are these a sids risk?

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    Hi all.
    Another new mum here.
    My 6 week old loves the LTD. Just so I've got this right, as soon as she starts rolling I need to switch to a sleeping bag with the arms outside??

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiracle4me View Post
    Hi all.
    Another new mum here.
    My 6 week old loves the LTD. Just so I've got this right, as soon as she starts rolling I need to switch to a sleeping bag with the arms outside??
    Yes that's correct. Even change over a bit earlier if you can when you notice their sleep startle reflex has reduced

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    Thanks @bel2466
    My LO has the LTD and blankets. Why can't they have blankets when they have their arms out? Sorry if it's obvious but it's all new territory!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubytuesday24 View Post
    When you say bumpers do you mean bumpers around the cot or like wedges that bub sleeps between?
    Those wedges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiracle4me View Post
    Thanks @bel2466
    My LO has the LTD and blankets. Why can't they have blankets when they have their arms out? Sorry if it's obvious but it's all new territory!
    They can shuffle under their blankets or even get them twisted around their head/ neck if they're turning over.

    I'd have thought the SIDS people were talking more about padded bumpers on the side of the cot than the sleep positioner wedges as the wedges are made from a firm foam while bumpers can be more cushion-like. (DS1 used to get his limbs stuck through the cot bars until I got an Air Wrap bumper.)

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