back to sleep
Co-sleeping has always been a controversial subject but a new campaign by the city of Milwaukee against co-sleeping has people talking.
A few years ago, the U.S.-based National Sleep Foundation discovered that 20% to 30% of nine-month old babies were still getting up in the night. Is yours?
In order to have a nice round head, a baby needs to be placed in a variety of positions. Babies should be on their backs for sleep. But when they are awake, they need to have supervised "Tummy Time."
In recent years, as parents have been appropriately not allowing their babies to sleep on their stomachs (to prevent SIDS), there has been a dramatic increase in misshapen heads. If a baby lies on her back awake and asleep, a flat head will often result.