My ds was 18 months and still in his cot when he got a pillow. He wasn't a wriggler in his sleep, but mostly he'd wriggle just a tiny bit & end up sleeping on his tummy, with his head off the pillow.
My almost 10mo dd is a major wriggler in her sleep and I'm in no rush to give her a pillow as I think she would bury her head under it ... (not that I would vaguely consider it til 12 months, but I don't think she'll stop wriggling in her sleep in only 2 months time ).
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22-07-2012 08:33 #11
22-07-2012 08:49 #12
Ds was about 18 months when he had his own pillow, it's also when he went into a big boy bed
22-07-2012 09:53 #13
18 months, when I noticed my DD hugging once of the cushions while sleeping.
23-07-2012 07:35 #14
Well after first night of having a pillow, she slept ALL night apart from the whining at around 2am but she went back to sleep!! I know she didnt use the pillow most of the night as when I checked on her when I went to bed she was curled up underneath it. Hopefully it wasn't a fluke that she slept the night and she continues to sleep through.
23-07-2012 07:53 #15
23-07-2012 07:56 #16
DS 16months when he went into a toddlerbed.
23-07-2012 08:01 #17
Between 12 and 16 months when they went into single beds
23-07-2012 08:04 #18
I'm glad you posted this, OP. I was wondering the same thing. My son steals my pillows when he is in with me but doesn't have one in his cot, perhaps I'll try him with a pillow tonight.
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