Ok- my baby is officially driving me nuts. I've been unable to sleep regularly for the past month because he learned how to turn over, and he does it at night in his sleep so that he is lying on his belly. That normally wouldn't alarm me as much because I know that once babies learn to roll, they can move their heads to breathe, but he likes to sleep face down! So only one nostril is showing... he's breathing, but it would only take a slight tilt of his head and his entire face would end up in the mattress. For that reason, I can't leave him alone in his crib yet. He used to sleep in a bassinet next to the queen bed we have in our nursery, but when I realized what he was doing, I had to put him right next to me in bed so that I could check on him to make sure he doesn't turn fully into the mattress and suffocate. I sleep in this hyper alert sleep state where his every little move or sigh wakes me up- and I'm going nuts. I'm constantly checking on his one little nostril... even when I re-tilt his head it goes right back to the same position. I know co-sleeping can be dangerous, and have removed everything except a light blanket for me and a pillow for my head... but this can't continue on forever. How the heck do I get my VERY obstinate little boy to stop rolling to his belly in his sleep? If I hold his hips to prevent him from rolling he cries and wakes up. I tried to be persistent one night, and neither one of us got a wink of sleep. Eventually I had to put him into the car seat so he could sleep without rolling. Every so often he'll let me position him in the crook of my arm face up (that's the only time when I can get a good night's rest) but then I can't move at all since I have my little baby in my arm. What do you recommend that I do? Can I risk just letting him sleep the way he wants to in the crib alone? Has anyone had to deal with this before?