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    6 month yr old wants to sleep with his blanket
    kdawsonk posted:
    We recently took away the baby holder from his crib,now won't sleep without the blanket that covered the bed. Can we let him sleep with his blanket at this age
    Liamsmommee responded:
    I see that you had posted this 2 years ago. I am only commenting just in case other parents are wondering the same thing.

    My LO refused to sleep unless he had his blanket. It is not adviseable to allow an infant younger than 9-12 months old to sleep with anything other than the clothes on their back. People say it can cause SIDS. My LO slept on his belly from day 1 and slept with a blanket. Every kid is different just have to keep an eye on them...very closely. lol

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