I just came across this. Does anyone have any knowledge on it?http://lifenest.com/
Never heard of it. It'll be interesting to hear from someone who has though.
Interesting - I have never heard of it but I am curious about it too.
I've never heard of it either. I looked on Amazon & there was only one review so that wasn't very helpful. I wouldn't spend that kind of $ personally on something that I can only use for 5 months (my DD wasn't rolling from back to belly at 5 months I don't think anyway), but it's a nice idea.
I had to use a wedge for Andrea because of reflux issues. This one seems nicer because it does have the airflow system in case they do get turned over. BUT, I found that Andrea used to just wiggle down on hers anyway throughout the night.
Never heard of it either, but I'll say this, my son was/is an insanely active sleeper so something like this would have NEVER worked for him.. haha
seems like a good idea, but kinda pricy for how long you would be able to use it!
This reminds me of something that is used in the NICU. The beds in an isolete can be on an incline and they have these little gel pillows that they put under the babies heads to help prevent the skull from flattening out. This looks like it would mimic that. I didn't see how much it cost, but just know that most babies move around enough that you don't need to worry about a flat head with most little ones.
Never heard of it, but it did remind me of my aunt who was born in Thailand and with all her infants she had them sleeping in hammocks (like a basic netted kind but smaller, and she hung it in the nursery) as babies and she swore by it - definitely cheap, keeps baby on his back, and ensures baby can't rollover.. plus a baby sleeping in a hammock was pretty darn cute!
That sounds adorable. It is interesting how other cultures do things in a way that we would never even think of.