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.... zombie. 2 kids; Leadville, Colorado 23606 posts
Feb 13th '13

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Mommy to munchkin Due September 23; 17 kids; 1 angel baby; conroe, TX, United States 1278 posts
Feb 13th '13

Wish I could help you but my daughter started do the same thing about 15 weeks and couldnt stop her so I freaked out for the next month because I could not keep her from rolling over. But I was told once they are able to roll like that there really isnt a whole lot to do.

tooodles 240 kids; Thailand 5075 posts
Feb 13th '13

If he can go belly to back on his own I wouldn't worry. My oldest was like this, I either didn't sleep because I would be up all night flipping back onto his back or I just let him be and we both sleep fine.

A is Me 1 child; South Carolina 3782 posts
Feb 13th '13

It's fine. He'll probably sleep better that way.

zombie. 2 kids; Leadville, Colorado 23606 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting :*:CHRiSTiNe:*::" If he can go belly to back on his own I wouldn't worry. My oldest was like this, I either didn't sleep ... [snip!] ... I either didn't sleep because I would be up all night flipping back onto his back or I just let him be and we both sleep fine."


I usually only have to flip him back one time. Im so freaking paranoid.

Mr's&Family* 2 kids; Arizona 3702 posts
Feb 13th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting zombie.:</b>" I usually only have to flip him back one time. Im so freaking paranoid. "</blockquote>




I was the same way. I have the Angel Care monitor which eased my mind. Especially when it saved DD's life a few times.

Ꭶwan♥Nemo Due September 24 (boy); 1 child; Kansas City, Missouri 7526 posts
Feb 13th '13

Let him do it. He'll be fine if he rolls by himself. My son has always slept on his belly. He slept better.

TashaMorgan 2 kids; Ladysmith, British Columbia 1834 posts
Feb 13th '13

Both my kids could roll tummy to back from birth and slept on their tummies. I wouldn't worry about it.