Lots of babies hate tummy time. Some can only handle it for a few minutes or less others are okay with it. My son didn't mind it but a lot of my friends said their kiddos hated it. My son also started turning onto his side if we laid him on his back and then he started rolling over shortly after and then we couldn't keep him off of his belly. They will get used to it. You could try shorter times more often too,View Thread
I know this is an old post but I too only put my son in pj's now. He sleeps in a newborn rock n play sleeper thing which is upright and so he doesn't have much wiggle room but prior to us moving into our house it was just to hot to keep him swaddled. He was born 3/31 and he was getting heat rash in april even though it wasn't super hot out (well not outside-inside kinda toasty). So at one point we would put a receiving blanket (the flannel type) folded hot dog style and put that underneat him in case he spit up and then let him sleep in his diaper. We moved to a house at the end of june and now we have ac woo hoo! lol. So now he wear pj's. If its a little warmer at night then its the pj's with no feet. If its a little cooler then he gets footed pj's. He just started rolling over too so he only gets to play with his blankies when he is awake. He likes to hold them and lick them lol. I can't wait till he is older and I can let him lick a popsicle lol.View Thread
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