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My 5.5 month old baby slept in her cot for the first time. I happened to be watching the baby monitor and saw her roll over from her back, onto her face, flat on her face! I ran in and turned her head to the side. I fear the worst and not sure if I’ll ever sleep again! Should I be concerned? Is there anything I can do?
Hi I try to avoid synthetics and man made materials . Please tell me what material is best for a baby's mattress in both basinette and cot. And does it have a rubber/ plastic cover. And do these products have set life span.? Does the material start to break down after a set time or after a certain amount of use.? Thank You
Hi, My 10.5 mth old finds it hard to settle to sleep in his cot and usually wants to be rocked/cuddled to sleep. We don’t usually co-sleep with him in our bed (he sleeps in a cot in our room), but when we have co-slept he wants to move straight up onto our pillows and falls to sleep immediately. We have been gifted a lambswool, cot quilt and flat cot pillow but had not used them (only lambswool for floor time while under supervision). But I tried them, and he slept fantastically. He is a snuggler who hated being swaddled as a new baby, and used to want to sleep on his side, and tummy as soon as he could roll. I know the advice is not to use soft bedding, but is there a safe compromise? Or at what age is a lambswool, quilt & pillow OK to use? Thank you!
I was recently given a very popular product from South Africa for my 6 week old baby that apparently helps with sleep and settling. Wanted to get some advice on safety. Have checked with manufacturer and they claim it’s safe it want to confirm before using with my baby. The product is called nurture one - https://www.nurtureoneusa.com/
My 6mth old has started rolling from back to front and seems to prefer tummy/side sleeping. We have been waking to check on him and have been rolling him back over as his head is often face down into the mattress. He is not yet able to roll the other way, from front to back. Are we doing the right thing by rolling him ourselves or can we just leave him? It is causing disrupted sleep for him and us as he sometimes wakes when we move him. Thanks
Hi, my daughter will be 2 in September (almost 22months old). She is showing great interest in using a pillow for sleeping and loves to put her head on a pillow and says nunighs. Sometimes she likes us to put a pillow in her cot to go to sleep. I normally go in once she is asleep and take the pillow out of her cot for the remainder of the night. Is this necessary? When can she start to use a pillow? When can she start to use other normal bedding (blankets etc?) She is currently still in a safe sleeping bag and her cot. I dont want to move her from her cot to a toddler bed yet and am happy to keep her in her sleeping bag however sometimes she also enjoys being tucked into bed with blankets. When are blankets and pillows ok? Kind regards, Erin.