My baby turns 15 weeks next Tuesday. I sent a photo of her to my mum recently and she commented that bub's head looked a little flat and to make sure I didn't let her lie on her back too much.
I have to admit I didn't pay attention to switching the sides of her head as she laid on her back to sleep, and she has been in car seats and strollers a lot when she's not sleeping.
At what ages are their heads so soft that what we does makes a difference? I wonder if it's too late for me to help her have a nice, round head?
I have been so occupied with making breastfeeding work and getting her to sleep that I didn't think too much of her physical beauty ...
Appreciate your input, ladies.