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    Try other ways to encourge building those muscles up and try and pillow to prop up bubs a bit,

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    My Pediatrician said that tummy time is over stated by people such as the health nurses, & not to worry too much if my DS doesn't like it.

    I also read the other day that babies who are worn facing their parents in ergo type carriers get the same opportunity to do similar neck/shoulder strengthening as what tummy time does - because they lift their heads & pull back their necks in order to look around up over the carrier. So maybe that might be an option instead?

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    I was told a few min a few times a day if bub isn't in a carrier regularly. I will let dd2 sleep on her tummy during the day if and only if I'm folding clothes or tidying/cleaning near her. She sleeps so much quieter on her tummy than her back. Blimey that child snores


 

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