Ok so Parker has been sleeping with us for the past month, now that the wonder weeks should b over we want him back in his crib.
He has been in his crib since he was 9 wks and did great until 6 months hit. Each night got worse until we went in vacation and discovered he sttn when he sleeps with us. When we got back he continued to sleep in our bed through the night or may wake up once. We have a sleep number bed with a memory foam topper. I'm pretty sure he hates his crib.
Here are all the facts and advice you need to help you make an informed choice, come to a buying decision about the right mattress for you and your baby. However if your baby turned face down on some of these wipe clean waterproof protectors it would not get sufficient air through to breath normally. Maybe I'm over reacting but I'd be too worried she'd suffocate.
I was talking to my mom and she suggested that maybe the crib mattress is to hard, which it is. I was wondering if it would be safe to use a memory foam mattress topper for the crib, they do make them. I've tried a stuff animal and a blanket and he wakes up every 2 hrs in his crib. What do y'all think?
I would be nervous with using one. I'd ask your doctor on their opinion about it. We are going to do the same thing. M MissSal Tough call.
Is your baby a tummy sleeper? Mine is, and every once in a while I'll turn on the monitor and notice that he is face down.
Straight down - nose and mouth on the mattress. When I notice it, I get freaked and go into his room and move his head to the side. If I had foam in there, that would freak me out even more. The reason kids can suffocate isn't necessarily that their airways are blocked, but because they can end up inhaling the carbon dioxide that they are exhaling.
But anyways, maybe you could ask your pediatrician? He is all over the place. He also will share my or my husband's pillow.
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It makes it a little bit softer. I crib mattress is a good brand it's a Colgate. Ryleigh sometimes sleeps with her face in the mattress right up in the corner of her crib.
If that were memory foam it'd mould to the shape of her face and IMO that seems very dangerous. Maybe I'm over reacting but I'd be too worried she'd suffocate.
You could try taking yours off your bed for a couple of nights and see how he sleeps? Maybe it's mama he likes and not the memory foam ; Or could you move his crib into your room to kind of transition him with you close by? Or sleep on your memory foam on his bedroom floor ;p m monica mcgeelisha I am thinking the same as miraclemama.
Lo has slept in his crib for the last few months but recently has been in our bed since he's had a bad cold. We are struggling to get him in his crib now. However I feel it is because he's more comfortable with us and not so much our mattress since we have a very old mattress and he has a Sealy Posterpedic in his crib: He'll adjust with time and patience to proper crib mattress.
We just went to funeral of 17 month old twin boy who died of SIDS. We have wonderful guidance today from pediatricians to minimize these heartbreaking stories and while we have no idea reason why they lost their son a rare occurrence-she found him dead in the crib in the morning , what if she had a topper in there; would make grief that much tougher.
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