How old is your little one? I was so nervous too - anytime my eyes opened and it wasn't because of my daughter crying, I still ran over to check on her.
The back is the safest position due to the risk of SIDS. But babies do move around as they get older! Here's information from the WebMD Health & Baby Center: As babies mature, they learn to roll from their backs to their stomachs. Babies who roll onto their stomachs during sleep do not need to be continually shifted onto their backs. However, always initially place them to sleep on their backs.
Hi moms! Thought we could do a check in to see who is on this board with a few fun questions:
Kids age(s)/location: 2.5 and 6 year old girl, we're in Los Angeles Fave Dr. Seuss Book? Hop on Pop What do you think of Charlie Sheen's antics? I feel scared him - I think there's some mental issues outside of the ego and drugs. I had such a crush on him in the 80s!
Any new baby developments? I'm potty training my 2.5 year old - doing a lot of laundry! If you could do ANYTHING this weekend, what would it be? Babysitter, sushi with my husband! Spa treatment too?
I've heard plenty of moms talking about nipple irritation - but not a baby. I'm glad your pediatrician suggested additional review. I did a quick search of the site and didn't come up with any information.
Please check back in with us - your info might help some other parents!