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    Question Rolling Over?

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    When did your baby roll over?
    Logan cares nothing for tummy time and hasn't rolled yet. I can't remember how old Jer was when he rolled. He loves to sit up though. He likes to be propped in the corner of the couch or against us. He does great with his head/neck support and scoots around when he is on his back, but hasn't made an effort to roll yet. I'm sure it will come. I say he is too tubby to roll. He can't get enough momentum to rock himself!
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    YDS was 2 mths, DD was closer to 4 mths


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    around 3/4 months each time so far.
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    Which do they usually accomplish first? The tummy to back?
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    All of mine so far have gone tummy to back first, with in the week they can go all over though. My oldest rolled over at 3 months, then took another 2 weeks before he would try again. He scared himself to much the first time....like what the heck did I just do.
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    Logan laughed out loud for the first time about a week ago and scared himself so bad! His eyes were big as saucers and he jerked his arms and legs like a mad man trying to run away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by *~*Cori*~* View Post

    Logan laughed out loud for the first time about a week ago and scared himself so bad! His eyes were big as saucers and he jerked his arms and legs like a mad man trying to run away!
    Cute!

    Little K rolled over for the first time at about 3 months and then took a break for two weeks or so. lol
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    4 or 5, but almost 6 by the time she did it all the time... She's a slow poke.
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    Matt was about 4 months old and went back to tummy first
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    DS has yet to go tummy to back, which usually comes first & is considered a 4 month physical milestone, but he has moved past that skill. Sometimes they skip that step altogether and move on. If by 4 months he isn't rotating himself while on his tummy or rolling from his back to his belly then you might talk to your Dr. but if he is doing either of those tings, even if he hasn't rolled tummy to back, then he is doing great & just skipped that step.

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