Improve Head Control Without Tummy Time (5 Highly Effective Alternatives)

Improve Head Control Without Tummy Time (5 Highly Effective Alternatives)

If your baby hates tummy time and you’re struggling to get them to do it, this video will help! You’re going to learn 5 ways to help improve your baby’s head and neck control that don’t involve tummy time.

These are really gentle, easy things you can do to help develop your babies neck strength and head control so they will eventually feel more comfortable and confident when you do put them on their tummy.

One your baby’s head control improves they will be much more comfortable doing tummy time.

This doesn’t mean tummy time can be forgotten. It’s still recommended that you do it. But for babies who simply refuse to do it early on, these activities and exercises are an effective way to build up to the point where they are ready for tummy time. The goal here is to gently support your baby and help them develop to the point where they are able to do it without getting distressed.

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