7. Movement soothes him
If your baby doesn’t like spending time on the floor, the tiger-in-the-tree hold
can help. Commonly used for winding and easing colic, this technique is also great for getting your little one used to being on his front. Lay him on his tummy along the inside of your forearm. as his head sits on the crook of your elbow with your hands holding his crotch. Bring your other hand between his legs to help support his weight, letting his legs dangle either side.Once you’re holding him securely, gently sway. He’ll be soothed by the motion and become more comfortable with the idea of being on his tummy.