A must for "tummy" sleepers
We bought a "STOKKE" crib (which is a craddle that is converted to crib and then to bed when the baby grows up) which includes the "breathable" mattresses. I think it's our best investment!!! Our baby is definately a "tummy-sleeper"...
WOW! I've never heard of these before, But thank you so much for sharing, I'll definatly be investing in one of these!
I have not heard of them, but I certainly would have bought one! Price was no issue for the big items like cribs for me and my husband! We bought a Sealy mattress for our daughters crib! Mostly because we used income tax returns to pay for them! And if it could protect her, it would have been worth the price!
I have heard oof the. I invested in the brethsble mesh crib linners instead. Don't worry about butting baby on there back . my little girl has learned to roll over and very normal for little ones to try it out at night. I noticed that every morning I'd find her on her tummy. At 3 months its to early to try it but my 6 months and up the affect of SIDS goes down. Enjoy back sleepers for.
I've heard of them, but they're too expensive for me to do anything more than want them (not a mother yet either). I've read that they fit the standard crib and toddler beds, which would make them useful for a few years. However, it's a couple hundred dollars for the mattress and a couple hundred more for the base that goes with it. At least on the website I saw.
Nope, never heard of them. I would really love for my 3 months old baby girl to sleep on her stomach because she gets gas a lot. She's not comfortable though because she can't breathe. So that mattress would be a big help if only.