@Allie Pallie my mother is a midwife and says once SIDS came in the middies hated it as they could no longer get babies to sleep as they had to (obviously) comply with the guidelines in hospitals.
Tummy sleeping is also really good for bringing up wind, which is often why they are more settled. All our kids were in our room until they were 8 or 9 months and rolling so I never worried about them being on their stomachs.
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Once DS1 could roll he always slept on his tummy, DS2 isn't rolling yet and doesn't like tummy time mucj
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13-07-2014 16:39 #587
I'll come back later and probably update about our night. Our morning is all out of wack from it so need to GO FEED MY BABY!
13-07-2014 17:19 #588
People are dumb and must think we all have skinny babies
13-07-2014 17:44 #589
I don't feed DS every time he wakes I pop his dummy back in. But I will feed every 4-5 hours at night and every 3-4 during the day.
Some people are so naive. Not all sleep problems come from baby being hungry. Some come from them being sick (not the catchy kind) being in pain, having a disability or being too cold too warm uncomfortable gah too many reason to list babies are hard work!!
Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3
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