So Lucas has an insanely strong startle reflex (can't wait until he outgrows it! When does that happen, anyway?) that wakes him up repeatedly unless he's swaddled tightly. Lately, he's working on rolling over. Typically his arm gets in the way and he can't get all the way over on his tummy. However, when he's swaddled in his crib he's able to roll all the way over. DH found him face down and struggling the other day during a nap. Yikes. So we've been using the sleep positioners that are the two round things that snuggle up to his sides. It works ok, but we have his matress inclined for reflux, and he tends to slide down when he moves around. So last night I put the Boppy pillow around his feet and it worked like a charm. First night he slept in the crib all night (woohoo!) and he was in the same spot every time I checked on him between feedings. The issue is, now I can't sleep because there's "stuff" in his crib with him and afraid he's going to suffocate.
Advice? Ideas? I don't think I can bring myself to continue using all that stuff. I'd just die if anything happened to him!