IMPORTANT Tip To Remember When It Comes To Your Baby ''Rolling'' From Stomach To Back

IMPORTANT Tip To Remember When It Comes To Your Baby ''Rolling'' From Stomach To Back
4m to 7m
Gross Motor
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Rolling means that it is most likely that your kiddo might sleep on his stomach now. As experts always suggest not putting your baby on his tummy because of the risk of his breathing might be compromised. Around this age, your kiddo might also develop the sense of trouble. But if you are still worried, try laying your little one on his side or on his back with his one arm extended. In this position, he is very less likely to roll properly on his tummy as his arm tucks in between. Once the infants learn to roll over, there is no knowing when and how they will be moving about.

Every time you leave your kid on the floor or bed, he will try to roll over. It is a new activity that he has learnt and like every new act, he will keep repeating it till he is bored of it. In such a case you have to ensure that your cutie pie does not roll over right after a meal as it will lead to him spilling over everything he has just eaten. Also, while sleeping babies at this point need to be constantly checked. As an infant they will neither be able to realise that rolling over on their tummy can restrict their breathing nor will they be able to convey the same. It is the responsibility of the parents to ensure they are sleeping on their back. For now, relax and enjoy your parenthood as never before.