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Old 03-02-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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So, my LO just rolled over this week (Sniffle)...before we regularly kept her in a boppy to help her sit up and be somewhat contained. Now that shes realized she rolls, she wiggles out of the boppy and lays under it and almost (what it looks like) uses it to "pump iron" lol I know it sounds crazy but shell get under it and push it up and down...she LOVES to do this! My question is what do you lay your LO in when youre busy? She wont stay in her saucer long (were just getting the hang of it) and she only liked to go in her nap nanny when its bedtime. Up until now she was really content just laying on the bed...so is it time to buy some sort of new contraption?

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I always just layed mine on a blanket on the floor, within eyesight
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I always just layed mine on a blanket on the floor, within eyesight
weve got old terazzo floors in our 1946 bungalo and theyre too cold to lay her on the floor right now, even in FL
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That's so cute that she pump iron with the Boppy! Would she like a bouncy seat or a swing? Or if you want her to be able to wiggle around more, what about a playpen or pack-n-play?
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You could get a rug, foam floor mat, or even a new moving blanket to add some extra protection from the floor.
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Re: Baby & Boppy

Both my babies have liked bouncers. I think of them like recliners for babies, lol
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I always just layed mine on a blanket on the floor, within eyesight

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I have the foam floor mars from Walmart. They are 2x2' square and go together like a puzzle. We live in a 100+ year old house with hardwood floors so these really help. I took my first dd to work with me when she was a baby and we had concrete floors. I used them then also.
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We have a bouncer that my 2 month old hates at the moment, but I lay them on the floor when they start rolling. We have tile and hardwood floors, I just fold a comforter up and lay them on that. It's slightly cushioned from the hard floor, keeps them off the cold floor and if they do happen to roll off of it they won't be hurt.

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Yea id have to get a foam mat or something...we just dont have a lot of extra room to put a pack n play...it would take up more than 3/4 of our walking space! This 946 s ft house was not designed to house a baby lol we desperately need to move-preferably somewhere with carpet!! She has a bouncy seat and hates it.. and loves her swing but almost instantly falls asleep in it lol and I dont want her sleepin all day and not sleepin at night
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