While naps are shorter than nighttime sleep, you still need to put your baby on his back to sleep, even...
While naps are shorter than nighttime sleep, you still need to put your baby on his back to sleep, even if it's a super short nap. In fact the National Institutes of Health notes that, "Babies who usually sleep on their backs but who are then placed on their stomachs, even for a nap, are at a very high risk for SIDS."

baby sleeping on back even at nap time

Your baby won't choke or be a baby flat head for life either. There are many rumors about babies sleeping on their back, but the one truth is that placing your baby on his back to sleep is the best way to reduce his SIDS risks. For more information on SIDS, including way to lower your baby's risk factors for SIDS read...

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