Are all the september 09 babies rolling over all the time? or not that often?
Arabel - posted on 02/16/2010
My lil girl (9/10) was rolling over from back to tummy at three weeks... but stopped soon after. Then she didn't roll over again until 4 1/2 months. This morning i put her on her back on the floor for some exercises... and two minutes later... while i was on the computer... i found her clearly across the other side of the room.... she seems to like rolling over all the time now. Finally!
Shakira - posted on 02/16/2010
My little guy (9-29) rolls over from back to front all the time then gets irked at himself when he is on his tummy..go figure. He can do both and usually does, he tends to do more back to tummy rolling for some reason but I have seen him do both.
Nikkole - posted on 02/16/2010
my little girl was born on 9-24-09 and she she rolling over, but when she on her stomach for a long time she scream bc she hate being on her tummy. she can roll back too. and she starting to being her knees to her stomach and trying to make her self move
Jerricka - posted on 02/13/2010
mine born 9/08 is constantly rolling over from his belly to his back. he can roll over from back to belly but if hes on his back and awake hell have it no other way. if i try to do belly time he pretty much says nope i wanna be on my back. And hell only sleep on his belly so sometimes he wakes himself up at might cuz he rolls onto his back.
Jennifer - posted on 02/13/2010
My son (born 9/21) rolls over everytime I put him on his belly. It took us to this point, though, to enjoy tummy time. He used to scream his head off to be on his belly. And at times I think he is going to roll from back to belly, but hasn't gotten there yet. And he also loves to turn in cirlces when on his play mat and now in his bed!
Maggie - posted on 02/13/2010
oscar has been rolling from back to stomach for a few weeks now and it was only 2 days ago he learnt to roll all the way round. but if he know someone is close by he'll roll from back to stomach and make a noise until someone rolls him back over. he's such a little attention seeker :)
Samantha - posted on 02/13/2010
my daughter kaydence is 4 1/2 months and she is rolling from her tummy to her back but not the other way...she can only roll from her back to her side, not all the way over quite yet. although rolling from her back to her side is enough to roll right off of somethings haha
Karissah - posted on 02/13/2010
my daughter mikalyn was born on september the 7th, she is more rolling on her belly and trying to crawl i had a problem at one stage of when i put her to bed she would constantly roll on her tummy, she was rolling ever since she was 2-3 months old firth from tummy to back. but as i said now its constantly on her tummy to try crawl.
Dayna - posted on 02/13/2010
Nohlan has been rolling from front to back since about 7wks...he will roll from back to side but not all the way to his tummy. Dr said that takes time because it's all in the hips...when we do tummy time he will scoot very far. Ready to crawl??? And he does circles on his back all the time, too!!! It's so funny! :)
Melanie - posted on 02/12/2010
My daughter has rolled on & off since three months but probably only 10 times from tummy to back. She hasn't done much rolling lately. When she's flat on her back she strains to try and get up. I figure just keep giving them tummy time. Your little one will get it eventually - we all did i guess!
Tatiana - posted on 02/12/2010
My daughter born 9/29/09 only rolls over when she's on a pillow but its only because she's on a slant..but she doesnt roll over all beside that. When she's on her belly, she just lifts her head up and moves her arms and legs.
Georgina - posted on 02/12/2010
my little boy is5 months tomorrow and tries really hard to get to his beely but only gets to the side before laughing and playing where he is, he grabs his toes hoping this will help lol. he is quite a big bby tho at 19lb 3oz so wondering if his belly is in the way?? lol
Tasha - posted on 02/12/2010
my son just rolled over yesterday for the first time from belly to back. he hates being on his belly so he got mad enough he tried to push his bum up in the air and ended up on his back! lol but of course he's only done it the one time..although he did attempt to do it again today without success.
Lori - posted on 02/12/2010
My little girl was born 9/16, and she has only rolled from belly to back maybe 3 times. She HATES being on her belly and will only push herself up for a few minutes before pretty much laying there screaming her head off like she's being tortured. I make her do tummy time every day though for a few minutes 2-3 times a day just so she can get the exercise she needs. She has a doctor's appointment next Friday so I'll definitely be asking about it. Her older sister was rolling pretty well by this point (5 months).
Kylie - posted on 02/11/2010
Since 10 weeks I just cant stop him!!! He rolls constantly, nappy changes are a challenge as he rolls over before I get the new nappy on, and he wakes himself up all night long with his rolling.. the wedge helped for a few weeks but then he just started rolling straight over it.
Antwoinette - posted on 02/11/2010
Delonte (09/03/09) started rolling on his back about two months ago. He sits up by himself and is even walking pretty well in a walker. I "exercise" him. I give him muscle massages and help him to walk, sit up, roll over, jump. I think it has helped because he is very mobile for five months.
Jessica - posted on 02/11/2010
My daughter rolled over 3 times in one night and now won't roll over anymore for us. She rolls onto her side all the time and kicks her legs like crazy or pushes up on her arms but doesn't seem interested in rolling over anymore. I hope she will soon get interested, but if not, what are you other moms doing to encourage rolling over or even scooting or crawling? We do tummy time all the time and I help her roll over but nothing. Thanks ladies! :)
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