Now that Levi’s mastered rolling over, I’ve been finding him like this in the morning–on his tummy, and sort of pissed about it. He’s figured out how to get himself into this position but not sure what to do once he’s in it. (Look at his tired eyes. Poor, baby. It was a rough night for all of us.)
Rockin’ and rollin’ in his crib means that Levi is frequently bumping into the railings. I’ve seen and heard him bang his noggin into the sides a couple of times already. All that movement also means he occasionally ends up with an arm or a leg stuck between the rails (when he’s not in his Sleep Sack). These limbs aren’t literally stuck, but since Levi hasn’t figured out how to pull them back in, all he can do he is become hysterical.
Does this mean it’s time to bring back the crib bumper? I’d be happy to do so from a purely decorative point of view (the bumper was the cutest part of our crib bedding set!), but my number one concern is obviously Levi’s safety. Now that he’s rolling over, is he safer with or without a crib bumper?
Did you use a crib bumper? If so, for how long?