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Hi there, I have recently seen the "Cacoon" Bassinets on sale, which have a covering that meets in the middle of the Bassinet. I was just wondering if this qualifies and aligns with the safe sleeping guidelines. https://www.bubsngrubs.com.au/sunbury-cocoon-bassinet.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvvTN_tGK7AIVTsEWBR0_sgr3EAQYAyABEgJ_SvD_BwE Thanks, Amanda
Hi, we have a new born perm baby, who was born 36weeks and now home at 38 weeks, our room gets upto 26 degrees in temp between 1-530pm and is very hot compared to the other rooms. We have a Dyson tall coolran running on auto to help regulate the room My. Qs are is how hot should the room get ? She is dressed in a singlet, onesie, muslin wrap and cotton blanket... Is this too much ? Thanks
My 9 month old is great at getting onto all fours and backwards crawling (not forwards yet) in his cot. His cot meets Australian safety standards, however he does get his feet caught (even in a SIDS safe sleeping bag) in the cot slats. He likes to sleep on his side and will occasionally roll into his stomach and we will adjust him accordingly. Is there any way of preventing his feet from getting caught? Are Airwarp mesh cot wraps safe for sleep? Would love some suggestions on this, as at times he gets anxious and somewhat distressed, even when half asleep.
My 7month old son has started rolling on to his stomach in his sleep. He is doing this very often, sometimes he wakes up and will crawl out of it (he doesn't like rolling from his front to back very often). But a few times I have noticed he just keeps sleeping with his face straight into the cot mattress. I can't sleep not knowning if he will do this while I am sleeping, so have started co sleeping, which I really don't want to do long term. Will he grow out of this phase? Is there a way for me to keep him sleeping on his back in the cot?