Baby Starting to Roll?
Swaddling (or wrapping) is a useful tool to support their baby to settle and to sleep on their back during the early months of life.
Babies that are swaddled should always be placed on their back. Babies should never be placed on their side or on their tummy *this should always be avoided due to the risk of SIDS.
You should discontinue wrapping your baby as soon as they show signs of attempting to roll.
For more information on safe sleeping and wrapping your can follow this link- https://rednose.org.au/article/wrapping-babies
When your little one is ready to transition to a cot make up your baby’s bed so baby sleeps at the bottom of the cot and the blankets can only reach as far as baby’s chest, ensuring that your baby cannot move down during sleep and get his/her head covered by bedding.
Consider using a safe baby sleeping bag (one with fitted neck, armholes or sleeves and no hood)