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When can they have a pillow?

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ELF1981 Mon 02-Jul-07 22:56:22

DD's cot is very scarce, ie in summer there is only her, in winter, her in a sleepingbag.

Past two nights she has woken up screaming and only settled in our bed on my pillow / using my hand as a pillow.

Tonight she was in her cot for about 20 mins before screaming. She's now asleep on the sofa, lying on a pillow. So maybe she wants a pillow??

What age can they have a pillow?

Whoooosh Mon 02-Jul-07 22:57:26

From 12 months apparently.

ELF1981 Mon 02-Jul-07 23:03:36

thank you for the quick reply

Do they have to be special ones?

Whoooosh Mon 02-Jul-07 23:07:28

We bought ours in John Lewis-is very"squishy"-but didn't get it till she was nearly 2 and felt a bit guilty

ELF1981 Mon 02-Jul-07 23:08:41

I know, dd is 21 months lol

Kewcumber Mon 02-Jul-07 23:11:50

ds at 18 months doesn;t have one but he rotates in his cot so I'm not sure there's much point until he's got big enough to stop doing that.

LyraB Mon 02-Jul-07 23:16:08

One year old. DS2 still pushes his pillow aside and sleeps flat on the mattress, and he's 3.

Bubbaloo Tue 03-Jul-07 20:41:09

I've given a pillow to ds1(2 years old) tonight for the first time,but my mum seems to think he should have a special one,rather than the flat(ish) one off our spare bed.

funnypeculiar Tue 03-Jul-07 20:42:23

from a year here. In scandinavia they recommend use of goi-goi pillows from birth....

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