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How do I stop my 6 month old from rolling over on to her tummy in her cot?

Baby has slept through the night since 2 months old (lucky me) but ever since she has been in her cot she rolls onto her tummy and then wakes up during the night 2-3 times and only goes back to sleep if I give her a feed and has gone from having a couple of good day sleeps to pretty short ones. Ive got a safetsleep but that doesnt seem to make any difference. Ive even tried safety pinning her clothes to the safetsleep but she still rolls over and then gets all tangled. Any help would be great.


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