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Help! My Baby Hates Tummy Time!

Some tots seem to love playing on their tummies. Others might act like they can’t stand it. Keep trying! There are many things you can do to help your baby get comfortable and even have fun in this position.

1. Go slow. Some infants will only tolerate a few minutes of tummy time in the beginning. That's perfectly normal.

2. Move to his level. "Tummy time can initially be scary because it's new," Wallace says. "Getting down on the ground and doing face-to-face encouragement will reassure a baby that he can do it and it's OK."

3. Use plastic mirrors. Your baby will probably lift his head to admire his reflection.

4. Put the baby on your tummy or chest. Newborns love to lay on a parent and gaze up at their face, Wallace says.

5. Involve a sibling. If you have an older child, encourage him to get down on the floor and play with his little brother or sister (while an adult is supervising).

6. Work it into other activities. Put your baby on his tummy while you dry him after a bath, smooth on lotion, or burp him (across your lap).

7. Sing or tell a story. He'll raise his head and move around when he hears your voice. Remember to make eye contact, too.

8. Offer extra support. Make a bolster out of a thin towel or blanket. Roll it up, put it under your baby's chest, and stretch his arms forward and over the roll. Be careful to keep his chin, mouth, and nose away from the bolster.