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My 5 month old boy has just started rolling onto his tummy about 2 weeks ago but he cannot roll back onto his back yet. When we place him into his cot to sleep in a sleeping bag with his arms out he rolls onto his side and sometimes onto his belly. We continue to roll him onto his back but he keeps going to his side. I am terrified of him doing this as I know the safest position to sleep baby is on his back but what can I do to stop him doing this? I can't sleep at night as I worry he is going to roll onto his tummy and have his face down into the mattress.
Bub has just gone 6 months and is starting to roll in her cot. She likes to bed wrapped very tightly for her sleeps and if an arm or 2 get free she wakes throwing arms and kicking. I’m unsure on what is the best first step as she sleeps thru the night and has since birth and I’m hesitant to change what works for her but also know if she does roll over will need her arms free. My son was a natural tummy sleeper as soon as he was unwrapped & this stopped his kicking and throwing of arms I feel like she would do the same and get a much better sleep but tummy is not coming naturally for her so know I shouldn’t encourage it, what do you suggest?
My baby is 3 months old. She sleeps in a cot in our room in a safe baby sleep bag. Most of her play is tummy time. She is rolling back to front but is not rolling front to back. I put her to sleep on her back. She rolls onto her front. When I reposition her on her back, she rolls onto her stomach within a few minutes. I am spending hours and hours repositioning her until eventually I can't make myself stay awake any longer. What do I do?