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    Default Sleep Suit with Inbuilt wedges?

    My lil man is rolling with gusto now, but only from back to tummy, despite lots of tummy time.

    I've started finding him asleep on his tummy in the morning. I always put him on his back in between wedges but he wriggles out of them!

    A while ago a hubber posted a pic of a sleepsuit with inbuilt wedges in it. Can anyone tell me what it is and where I get it from?

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    I think the main issue with them sleeping on their belly's is when they are younger. When they can roll and get themselves into and out of this position it isn't as much of an issue. TBH I would be removing the wedges and making sure his cot was as safe as possible. . If you really want him to stay on his back you can get the safe t- sleep which is a strap that holds them to the bed and prevents them rolling. That is just likely to end up with a grumpy baby who just has an extra thing in the cot to get tangled up in



    From SIDS and KIDS safe sleeping brochure page 5 http://www.sidsandkids.org/wp-conten...ping14ppa1.pdf

    Older babies can turn over and move around the
    cot. Put them on the back but let them find their
    own sleeping position. The risk of SIDS in babies
    over six months is extremely low.
    Last edited by Hullabalu; 27-02-2012 at 17:40.


 

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