Repositioning Techniques for an Older Baby

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A few key repositioning techniques will make the process for older babies much easier than it has been in the past. Find out about repositioning techniques for an older baby with help from a baby planner for NestHelp.com in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Joelle, The Baby Planner for NestHelp.com, and we're here today at Lazar's Juvenile Furniture in Chicago. And this is how to re-position an older baby. First, babies grow in stages, they start out with tummy time. And tummy time allows them to form their upper body strength. This will eventually lead to standing. So, when you see your child starting to pull themselves up, please lower your crib from the baby to the toddler level. Another way to re-position an older child, is through something like a Nap Nanny. Something that sits on the floor like a bouncer. Now, the difference between the two, is the Nap Nanny doesn't move at all,. The bouncer will give them a variety of positions, and sometimes they can lay flat or directly, sitting straight up. I'm Joelle, The Baby Planner for NestHelp.com, and this is how to re-position an older baby.

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