I don't know if any of you all subscribe to Parenting Magazine, but I was reading the current edition and a doctor was in there saying that if your baby starts rolling over before 6 months old that you are suppose to roll them back to their backs while sleeping/napping?!?!
I realize our LOs are 2+, but is this a new recommendation for babies now?
When DS was that age (he starting rolling over to his belly at 4 months) our pedi said as long as we put him on his back all the time and he rolled over on his own, their was nothing we could do. This article made it sound like you should just stay up all night long and keep turning your baby over every time they roll. This doctor is a SIDS expert as well! This seems a bit excessive to me...I mean I don't take SIDS lightly at all and did/will do anything in my power to prevent it, but how will anybody sleep at all if this is true?
This kind of freaks me out for whenever I decided to have #2...thoughts??