sleep positioners- or suggestions for babies who are used to sleeping inclined
My 10 week old twin boys are pretty bit spit-uppers. They were horrible after they were born. They spent the first 4 weeks sleeping semi-inclined in their bouncy chairs. They spitting has tapered off a bit, but I'm still not comfortable putting them down completely flat after they eat.
Right now one of my twins is sleeping in a swing because he wants to be elevated a bit and will only sleep a fitfull hour or so flat on his back because he startles himself. If I swaddle him- he breaks out of it.
My other twin is sleeping on a fairly flat boppy so he's a bit elevated (he's the big spiiter/strange breather).
I bought a sleep positioner today that said I could incline the back a bit, but it's horrible. it sits high off the ground and their heads rolled off of them!!!
Does anyone have a suggestion for a decent sleep positioner, or a way I can 1) get my kid out of the swing and into his crib and 2) what I can do since I'm so worried about them choking?