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Hi my baby has just turned 8 weeks old and I can not get any sleep while my baby is sleeping as I am so scared of my baby suffocating during sleep. My partner and I do shifts watching our baby so we can get sleep. I’m so exhausted and wanted to know how can I relax more and stop worrying about this happening and now it is more stressful as my baby is starting to try and roll so I was wondering what can I do that is the safest option and most effective to preven her from rolling onto her side and stomach and are the sleeping bags safe for her so I don’t have to have her wrapped? Please help. I have also bought sensor monitors too so I could relax but nothing is helping I just can’t stop worrying. Is their any advise to stop me from worrying so I can sleep while she sleeps?
Hello Can you please tell me what the safety recommendations are for mosquito nets? Is it safe to use a fitted net such as the TUTTI BAMBINI COZEE BASSINET MOSQUITO INSECT NET on a Boori bassinet or is a top hoop net and stand safer ? Also are the dome top fitted nets for cots such as the Babyhood Cot Canopy Net safe please? Many Thanks Sam
As it’s getting colder, my 8.5 month old isn’t sleeping through the night and will only sleep if I am cuddling him. I don’t co-sleep and don’t want to. His flannelette sheet is cool to touch so I have been looking at getting a wool underlay to put under his flannelette sheet however I am not sure if it is a SIDS risk. Any advice would be great!
I’m expecting my first and my mother is still smoking. She says she only smokes in the backyard but this is near the door. She is very eager for me and the baby to visit at her home and to potentially stay for a few days... I have done some reading about the risks of SUDI and 3rd hand smoke and am concerned this may not be safe. I would like to know if this would be safe for the baby? If not, when could the baby stay and if she were to quit how long after could the baby and I go stay/visit?
My daughter wiggles all the way to the top of her bassinet with her head against the wood. I have tried swaddling, putting a blanket over her tucked in but nothing seems to prevent this. Is it time to move her to a cot and how can I safely either stop her from doing this or make it more comfortable on her head when she does do it?