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Hi! I was wondering what the safest place is for naps when we’re not at home? Our 4.5 month old son is close to outgrowing his pram bassinet. Up until now he’s had his naps in there when we’re not at home (under close supervision). I had assumed that he could continue naps in his pram seat (with it tilted to be nearly flat), however my husband has told me that this isn’t safe and is a suffocation risk if the baby’s head flops down. Are there ways to safely nap in the pram, or alternatives that are more suitable? Thanks!
Hi, I am a little confused as to which advice to take.. My 5.5month old daughter is rolling from back to tummy in cot whilst self settling. She is unable to roll tummy to back as yet and she can become very frustrated. We have been going in to her and placing her back on her back. She also sometimes rolls onto her tummy during the night and sleeps that way, again, when we notice this, we go in and flip her over. I have been reading lots of other questions on this forum relating to this, and mostly the answer is that they do not need to be flipped back over... But I just read on the website.. "If baby can only roll unaided in one direction, then you should gently roll them back on to their back whenever you see they have rolled onto their front or side" So, just unsure which advice to take...? Thanks
My baby is 16 weeks and we are having some issues with day napping. I have not been able to black out his room completely and someone suggested a blackout covet for his cot but I don't know if they are safe. Snoozeshade has one that it says meets UK Safety standards and is made from breathable fabric. I'd this safe?
My baby is 7 months old and will only sleep on his stomach. We place him on his back to sleep but within minutes he will roll onto his stomach. I am rolling him back onto his back constantly all night but he just won't stay in that position. I'm so scared of something happening to him so I'm finding myself not sleeping at night but I'm becoming exhausted. Please help
Hi, I was talking to a Rednose person at the baby expo and they cautioned to be careful of buying mattresses with a mattress topper. I was think of buying this one, but noticed it has a 10mm latex and foam topper. Is it safe? And if not, can you recommend an alternative for a similar price or less? https://tasmaneco.com.au/product/orthopaedic-pocket-spring-cot-mattress/?sku=T-313