before i registered for my baby showers i had been told that sleep positioners were a great thing, especially for twins. i plan on having the boys sleep in the same crib for at least the first couple of months of their life and thought sleep positioners would help them to be by each other without them rolling on top of each other. i realize that babies don't technically "roll" for a while, but i have heard so many stories about how twins some how manage to scoot next to each other if you put them on opposite ends of the crib (that could totally be a wives tale though). now that it is getting way close for the birth i am reconsidering. i have read and heard a lot of negative things about them and how they actually increase the chance of sids. have any of you moms used or attempted to use sleep positioners? if so what is your opinion?
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