when my dd is starting to look and act tired after her noon bottle i put her in her swing so she can take a nap because OVERTIRED is BAD!! lol we have learned that the hard way...but i feel so bad, like i am putting her over there alone and shes thinking i dont want to spend time with her....she doesnt WANT to be tired....she wants to smile at me and play but i cant ignore the fact that she needs a nap....btw shes 9 weeks
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It's not recommended for babies to sleep sitting in swings. Their head can drop just a little and even with supervision they can stop breathing. It's not good for growing organs. It can affect baby's development if they spend too much time in seats. Perhaps this is a bed-like swing.
A 9 week old doesn't want to smile at you and play, she doen't have this level of development. It's important for young infants to be held a lot. You could feed her and hold her while she falls asleep and naps. If possible you could transfer her to her bed on her back.
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