So this is how I found my dd tonight
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I rolled her back over but she has since gone back. My issue is that she only has rolled from front to back twice two days ago and I'm scared something bad is going to happen. She obviously appears comfortable and I can hear her breathing.. Should I be worried? She is 19 weeks atm.
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12-11-2014 20:39 #1
Ahhh I'm a little scared.... Please help!
12-11-2014 20:44 #2
I can't see clearly from the pic but are her arms free? If not, I'd say free them immediately so that she can push herself free of anything if she gets stuck. Then I'd say don't worry about it at all. She has a clear cot so nothing to get smothered with. Some babies just like to sleep on their tummies. My DS was the same, as soon as he could figure how to roll onto his tummy to sleep he did so all the time. Relax. 😊
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12-11-2014 20:47 #3
Like a pp said, make sure her arms are free and then id let her be! If she's going to roll in her sleep, there's no much you can do other than make her environment as safe as possible
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12-11-2014 20:50 #4
Thanks ladies!! Yes her arms are free 😀 phew!! I can relax a little now!
12-11-2014 20:52 #5
So cute! And if she's anything like my DS be prepared to be 'rescuing' her multiple times overnight and rolling her back :-)
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12-11-2014 20:55 #6
My heart just melted a little seeing this photo!
Walked in and found DD (she's 5) asleep on the couch with her feet on the floor and her head under the couch cushion the other day (DH was home and she could breathe no problem).
She's fine, enjoy your baby!
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12-11-2014 21:00 #7Senior Member
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very cute. if you are very worried you can always buy a breathing monitor for reassurance.
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12-11-2014 21:04 #8Senior Member
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My DD did the same. We just made sure she was in a sleeping bag so she couldn't get caught up on anything
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13-11-2014 12:56 #9
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