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My baby is 5 months old and has started to roll himself onto his side during his sleep. He is not yet independently rolling from front to back (or vice versa). He is no longer swaddled (sleeps in an arms out sleeping bag) and always placed on his back to sleep. Should I move him onto his back? How do I keep him on his back until he can confidently roll?
Hi there I have a 3 and a half month old who rolled from her back on to her tummy for the first time this week. She has never rolled from tummy to back before. Because of this I’ve been feeling anxious about her sleeping. Should I be transitioning her to be wrapped with her arms out or using a sleeping bag now? She was born two weeks before her due date. At night I breastfeed her in the lying down position which is why I feel she has developed the muscles to be able to roll back to front as this is the motion I would assist her to do for the feed. She still enjoys being wrapped to sleep so I’ve still been wrapping her at this stage as my husband says she won’t roll because she is wrapped. I’ve just tried wrapping her with one arm out today to see if we can transition her to the sleeping bag. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you Catherine