There is a strong movement world wide to encourage mothers to get their babies to sleep on their backs. It is known as 'back to sleep' This is to reduce the risk of sudden infants deaths. Your baby is now used to sleeping on his tummy and is happy. In addition he is lifting his head so he will not suffocate. It will be very difficult to get him to sleep on his back again.Do not be concerned as he seems to be doing very well now.
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