DD is 6 months old and tonight I went in to check on her and she was asleep in her cot on her tummy.
I have turned her back onto her back..
Im worried now that she'll go back onto her tummy through the night..
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26-03-2014 21:16 #1
26-03-2014 21:22 #2
All of mine have been tummy sleepers from very early on (8 weeks?). To be honest once they're rolling there's usually not much you can safely do to stop it. Can she roll from front to back?
26-03-2014 21:23 #3
She has done it a couple of times. She can easily roll from back to front..
27-03-2014 17:54 #4
Just leave her to it then.
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