One more thing I should add, our son became a tummy sleeper after he
got his band so as for the memory foam I'd watch to see if your
little one changes from back to tummy sleeping. If so, then I
probably wouldn't use the foam (fear of sids).
--- In Plagiocephaly@
> Your concerns are valid...we didn't have any issues. By night 3,
> our son was back to sleeping through the night (we didn't do
> anything differently other than lighter PJ's). YOu may have to
> with clothing while your little one is adjusting. You will find
> that it will go much better than you think it will. Our son has
> been out of the helmet almost 10 months and he is right on target
> developmentally, was happy in the helmet, ate the same, played the
> same, etc. Our son was already in a Convertible carseat (Britax
> Roundabout) but I think he would have been fine if he was still in
> his infant seat (Graco Snugride) although I know some parents move
> their child to the next carseat because they think it will be
> better. Happy banding.
> --- In Plagiocephaly@
> > So, We made the decision to band with CT. I'm pretty sure our
> > secured although the doctor is taking FOREVER to complete it.
> > the scanning appointment-
> > thing, but I'm very nervous about it. I asked at CT about
> > complications and they assured us there wasn't any as long as we
> > things clean. So, I'm wondering from a mom's point of view how
> > to have their baby in a band? Should we expect sleeping
> > Should we get memory foam? Car seat issues? Play issues?
> > holdind up their head?--CT said no. My daughter is just turning
> > months old.
> > Thank you,
> > Jennifer
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