My son has good head control, he can roll from back to stomach but not from stomach to back, so I haven't let him sleep on his stomach yet.Answer Question
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Answer by Princefan6684 at 9:23 PM on Aug. 22, 2009
This is a very funny question, I have pictures of my DD in the hospital nursery ,laying on her stomach, 40 years ago, you would have never laid your baby on his back, or side,because the baby might have choked, the new thing of laying babies on his back,to prevent SIDS, and throwing up,just appeared in the last 20 years. Read up on it. When,my grands were born,and all the new books were saying ,you never,never lay a baby on his stomach, I looked at my DD and said,"oh, I guess over half of the babies born-ed shouldn't be here. So, I guess with everything changing,just follow your baby lead,1 day you will look and your baby will completely turn over by himself.
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