Baby sleeping on stomach, is it safe?

No, it isn't unless they have good head and neck control. Newborns and small babies need to sleep on their back to reduce the risk of SIDS. Older babies, ones that are more mobile, can sleep on their stomachs. Be sure there is no pillow, fluffy blankets or plush crib bumpers in the bed as well.

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