My baby wears a vest, sleepsuit and 1-1.5 tog sleeping bag at night. No blankets but we keep the room around 20C.
Mrs J, I have one of these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Galt-6850004.../dp/B000296KW6
Maybe something like that would take the pressure off the back of her head while she plays. Corin loves hers and it's good because she can play sitting up and I don't have to hold her upright the whole time.
I have one of those play nests too. Alana quite likes it, but she does love her baby gym and kicking her legs like crazy. I am lucky that she sleeps on her tummy the back of her head is only on the floor while she is playing.
I am so pleased we took Alana for an osteopath treatment today. I hoped it would help remove any tension from birth and also it can assist tummy problems. Anyway she fell asleep in the car in the way home but woke up whenwe arrived home, fed, played for half an hour and has been asleep for over two and half hours now. She loved the treatment apart from around the diaphragm area which was clearly a little uncomfortable for her, but wow she is totally zonked. We are going again next week.
We use Summer infant brand swaddlers. I love them! Lauren is getting big in them and they do have a size up. I will probably get at least one bigger size to use for swaddling in the evening when she is fussy. I am also dreading when she can't be in them at night anymore. She sleeps SO well in them!
Ive got him in the large swaddler right now. Most of the time he sleeps great in it. Were wanting to transition him out of it. I bought a sleep sack on ebay today. 2 mornings in a row ive found him vertical in the crib with his legs sticking out through the rails.
MrsJ, our little guys head is flat on the back too. Its more on the right side. If hes not in his crib i roll up a blanket and tilt him toward his left. Weve changed the direction that hes in his crib, but it doesnt help. He still turns to that side more. I asked our ped about it last time. He said it would correct itself when he starts to get mobile. He wasnt worried about it. I dont think its gotten any worse though, since ive started trying to reposition him.
yep..love my flat head baby lol lol..her dads head is flat too because back then (he was born in 1970) they didnt really preach about tummy time...babies were sposta be on their backs..so his head is flat..and I was like like..OH NO what if its hereditary lol lol...he didnt find that funny as hes very sensitive about his flat head lol
I got a sleep sack on ebay. Once he starts sleeping in it instead of the swaddle, i might start seeing if hell sleep on his stomach., so itll round back out. Weve got the monitor, so that makes me feel better.
awww...she is just adorable!!..Brieanan is officially 3 months today! cant believe our little ones have been here for 3 months!!! just this time last year we were all getting preggie! haha...isnt that crazy!!
I do love Lauren's picture they are so cute.
It is crazy to think we were all starting our journey last year around this time. I remember how scared I was after I got my BFP. I was scared it would end in miscarriage again and now I have my beautiful baby girl.
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