I feel terrible, but I just noticed my one twin's head goes a little to the left in the back. She always sleeps with her head to the right. The dr said torticollis and if in two months at their 4 month appointment it hasn't gotten better they will likely do a helmet, even though they aren't sure they're effective, they still recommend them for now. I've been trying to keep her head turned to the other side and but it's hard at night because when she's flat on her back it's easier for her to move. The dr recommended a wedge to position her, but I'm not sure how comfortable I feel having anything in the crib with her.
I try to hold my girls as often as I can, but reality is I can't do it all day and so they sleep in their swing/RnP and then are in it a lot of the time when they're awake too so I'm worried that flat spot is going to get worse. I will be so sad if my baby girl has to wear a helmet