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pnwlover:We stopped swaddling a while ago and for us it wasn't to bad! Baby G is now 4 m we stopped at 3.5 m. She already rolls over a ton. When she is putting herself to sleep at night we put the boppy in the crib at her feet to keep her from rolling. Then when we go to bed we take it out so nothing bad will happen. Another thing that helped her was when she sucks on her soothie we give her a little blanket minnie mouse (her softy) to keep her hands busy. Then she isn't constantly taking her soothie out. We also take that away once she has fallen asleep (before we go to bed). So nothing is in her crib with her. Good luck..Hope you find something that works for you!
Thanks! Does she roll over in her sleep and sleep on her tummy at all?
We lost our first daughter, Hannah Grace on May 4, 2011 at 20 weeks. She was buried on May 14 during a beautiful service at my home church. We are grateful that if she could not be here with us, that she is healed and whole with the Lord. We look forward to the day when we will get to meet her. We love her so much.