Is it safe to let a baby sleep on its belly?

Answer On One Hand: Yes, At 6 MonthsAccording to Baby Center, at about the age of 6 months, babies begin to gain the ability to roll over over on on their stomachs and have a reduced risk of Sudden Infant... Read More »

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When can a baby sleep on his belly?

On One Hand: 5 months oldAccording to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, a baby should sleep on his back for the first 5 months of life to lessen the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)... Read More »

Is it safe for my baby to sleep on her stomach?

On One Hand: Sleeping on Back Recommended for NewbornsThe U.S. National Library of Medicine recommends that a baby be put to sleep on his back during his first five months. Other sleep positions ar... Read More »

When is it safe for a baby to sleep on his stomach?

On One Hand: Infants shouldn't sleep on their stomachStomach sleeping is not recommended for infants. The Consumer Product Safety Commission and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that in... Read More »

Will having my baby sleep with me cause her to not sleep on her own?

On One Hand: Timing MattersIf you choose to transition your baby from your bed to her own, consider doing it by the time the child is 6 months old, advises the KidsHealth website. This is before th... Read More »