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Sleep on belly heather2470 Due November 22 (girl); Madisonville, Kentucky 163 posts
30th Dec '12

My little one want to only sleep on her belly.. At nap time durring the day I don't mind because I'm where I can watch, but at night it makes me nervous since they try to warn you not to. Does anyone else baby sleep on their belly

Amanduuuh Due March 17; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Texas 4269 posts
30th Dec '12

My DD has since birth.

Fo Shizzle My Nizzle 1 child; Holtsville, New York 516 posts
30th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting heather2470:</b>" My little one want to only sleep on her belly.. At nap time durring the day I don't mind because I'm ... [snip!] ... I can watch, but at night it makes me nervous since they try to warn you not to. Does anyone else baby sleep on their belly"</blockquote>




Yup! I put her to sleep on her back and she rolls right over to her belly. Has since 5 mos old. I figure if she can get herself into that position it's fine.

Oya. 81 kids; Hollywood, Florida 25195 posts
30th Dec '12
Quoting heather2470:" My little one want to only sleep on her belly.. At nap time durring the day I don't mind because I'm ... [snip!] ... I can watch, but at night it makes me nervous since they try to warn you not to. Does anyone else baby sleep on their belly"


my son has since he was about 1 month old...

JustMe&MyThree 3 kids; Chicago, Illinois 518 posts
30th Dec '12

my son did when he was a newborn and now he's six and sleeps on his back... but i wouldn't advise it. but i know some children... like my son... only like to sleep on their bellies. idk... i would hate to tell you it's fine and something goes wrong.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
30th Dec '12

My daughter sleeps on her belly. She is 11 months old. She started sleeping like that when she learned to roll over. It scared me a first too. But I know she can move around. Now we still haven't given her a blanket yet.

heather2470 Due November 22 (girl); Madisonville, Kentucky 163 posts
30th Dec '12

My little one is five weeks,, she already has great control of her head but I guess being a first time mom I use a lot if caution. I even got one of those angelcare monitors that is suppose to go off if i doesnt detect movement/breathing