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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 08:53 AM   1
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Flat head ? Toys suitable for 13wks +


Josh never got this from lying down so i must of permanantly had hold of him but i've noticed jaxons head at the back is a little flat So now of course i feel proper guilty that i put him down to much cant blumin win can i ! .. Is there anything i can do or does it go back to normal on its own?
Its not noticeable to anyone but me no doubt but still, He dont like being on his belly & now im thinking hes on his back to much. He only has a bouncer & moses basket, & a mat for the floor so what can i get him where his head wont be flat to the floor??

I'm trying to find a jumperoo or activity station for soon as he's strong enough to sit up in it, he's got really good control over his head & hardly wobbles.
I've got a door bouncer for bit further down line but anyone any ideas what else i can get? I just dont know



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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:07 AM   2
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Our boys r born on the same day I am planning to go for the door bouncer. Others recomended a jumperoo when I posted a similar thread last week. I cant find one here, so will have to wait another 2-3 wks to get one. Will do with a door bouncer, I found one at Toys r us that can be used from 3+



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:13 AM   3
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Sienna's head started getting flatter on one side, i now pop her in her door bouncer or learn and groove alot and she sleeps with a Clevamama pillow which is designed for babies... If she is in her bouncy chair i rotate the chair around the room so she doesnt lean to one side all the time..

In the space of 2 weeks the flatness has changed and is barely noticable now

Please dont feel guilty it is really common



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:13 AM   4
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Awww thats nice about the birth date, Hows your lad doing? Jax was born 2wks early & docs kept saying remember he;s really 2wks behind, ..sod off docs hes fine lol 2wks is nowt eh hun x
Ive got a door bouncer for 4m+ so gonna try it in few wks & see if he's ok if not will wait bit longer, I'm watching jumperoos & activity stations on ebay but not having any luck they either to far or to expensive for me
There is an activity station for 25 near me so im waiting for her to get back to me about if i can go for it tomorrow



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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:15 AM   5
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Sienna's head started getting flatter on one side, i now pop her in her door bouncer or learn and groove alot and she sleeps with a Clevamama pillow which is designed for babies... If she is in her bouncy chair i rotate the chair around the room so she doesnt lean to one side all the time..

In the space of 2 weeks the flatness has changed and is barely noticable now

Please dont feel guilty it is really common

Thanks hun, How old was Sienna when you put her in the door bouncer & learn/groove station? I'm watching the station so hopefully can get it tomorrow & ive already got a door bouncer x



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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:20 AM   6
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She has been in the bouncer for a few weeks now and her learn and groove, I found she leant to one side in the door bouncer so wedged some muslins down the side so she could stay upright



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2010, 09:34 AM   7
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Awww thats nice about the birth date, Hows your lad doing? Jax was born 2wks early & docs kept saying remember he;s really 2wks behind, ..sod off docs hes fine lol 2wks is nowt eh hun x
Ive got a door bouncer for 4m+ so gonna try it in few wks & see if he's ok if not will wait bit longer, I'm watching jumperoos & activity stations on ebay but not having any luck they either to far or to expensive for me
There is an activity station for 25 near me so im waiting for her to get back to me about if i can go for it tomorrow
Omar was born 1 wk after due date. He has v. good head control since birth. He's a big baby & was out of his 0-3 since 3 wks. Now he loves playing with his hands. He's also interested in standing up, & since 4 wks when I pull him to sit, he just stands Now my tummy is his bouncer, & he loves jumping & walking on my tummy (which is really tiring for me) this is why I want to go for the door bouncer & jumberoo. He hates sitting & prefer to be upright all the time.

If u go for a jumperoo, u dont really need a activity station as the ones I saw r full of toys.



 
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