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    Default Rolling over in cot and waking every time

    For a little while I used something called a "safe t sleep positioner" with my DD when she started rolling around the 7 month mark. It only lasted a short time from memory but this product was handy as it basically velcroes them on to their back and they can't roll. Prob not SIDS approved but nothing is really. If worried you could use it in conjunction with a monitor alarm or something?

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    That's the one! They're exxy. @sunnygirl79 I wish I kept my one otherwise I'd send it up to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsViking View Post
    That's the one! They're exxy. @sunnygirl79 I wish I kept my one otherwise I'd send it up to you!
    Ooops, I actually meant to delete this! . I got worried because I didn't explore what SIDS and kids says about them, so felt bad recommending it. But what I had typed was: I do know a mom who lost her baby boy to SIDS and used this for her baby girl when she started rolling because the idea of her rolling in her sleep gave her so much anxiety, so I do believe she wouldn't have used something that was unsafe. That said, if you buy it check to see what SIDS and kids says.

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