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Kaitlyn - posted on 11/02/2008
Hi! About the time she turned 5 months (10/15) she started sitting up on her own, but I still have to be close by because she'll eventually tip herself over. : ) She's also got her 2 bottom teeth coming through
Sarah - posted on 10/31/2008
Ok.. So let's see Lilly is rolling from back to tummy, sucking her toes (sometimes both big ones at the same time). She cant get her arms and legs together enough to push her self up. She gets to her belly and if she doesn't get interested in something she gets mad and starts to cry... Like real cry with tears and everything. She can sit up and fall over from an inclined laying position. I'm wondering though, should she be doing more? If so how can I help her get it?
Rebecca - posted on 10/31/2008
I can't believe how many babies are crawling. Micah has mastered the back to tummy roll but he hasn't yet figured out how to get back over the other way. He is starting to sit up unsupported and raspberries are, of course, a favorite at mealtime.
Michelle - posted on 10/31/2008
Orien rolls both ways but hates it when he rolls onto his tummy and can't reach the toys he get's is bum up in the air and then in fusteration yells at the toys!! It's too cute to watch. As well Ori takes swimming lesson's and he has started to do the jumpping legs ..ie: 1, 2, 3 jump (i'm holding him) and then I slash him into the pool. He loves it!
Sharon - posted on 10/31/2008
About 2 weeks ago Isabella discovered her feet and is constantly amazed when she "finds" them again! It's the most adorable thing to watch, you lay her down for her diaper change and immediately it's a party with her and her feet!
Libby - posted on 10/30/2008
My little Violet is driving me crazy! In a good way though.... She's past the crawling stage and now pulls herself up to standing from sitting, even in her crib - she has this notion that she should be walking too. I didn't think I'd have to lower it for another few months. I'm afraid she'll be walking by Christmas...
User - posted on 10/30/2008
Tommy hasn't found his feet yet, but can sit unsupported for a bit, reaches out for things, and is just starting to grasp the raspberry (of course, always while eating). He's been rolling over both ways for about a month now, and I can't believe how many of yours are crawling already! Time to start babyproofing, I guess! Oh, he also is teething...two on the bottom are through and the top ones are SO close!
Beth - posted on 10/29/2008
My son Elijah has also just figured out how to blow rasberries. He not eating cereal yet though so I don't have that interesting challenage. He has rolled over twice from his tummy to his back and can sit up with support. (He was born 10 weeks early so this all seems really impressive to me)
Melissa - posted on 10/27/2008
Its so amazing to see that all of our babies were born in May and yet they are all doing different things. My son Cayden is rolling all over the place, sitting up with support, and loves to grab at everything. Its very fun to watch.
Candice - posted on 10/25/2008
My little girl Audrey was born May 16th. She can now drink out of cup, alhtough I don't really let her do it alot, but I guess gotta start sometime! She can sit up by herself, loves to eat with a spoon and has recently figured out how to make herself laugh. Sooo cute. She'll can sort of crawl, but can't usually falls on her face...it won't be long though.
Jessi - posted on 10/24/2008
Im new to the group and i had a baby boy in may he recently figured out how to attempt crawling...he can get on his knees the firs time and then after that he just figures out otherways to get around...but he can move from room to room pretty well.
KatrÃn - posted on 10/23/2008
Elías is starting to sit upright on his own and has learned how to go forward in his walker =)
His most favorite thing to do (besides sitting) is going "BBBBBBRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr" and preferably with oatmeal in his mouth hehe
Elizabeth - posted on 10/23/2008
My little man has finally figured out how to blow rasberries which makes learning how to eat rice cereal an interesting chore haha. He's rolling over from back to tummy and just discovered his feet =) It's amazing how fast they grow up in such a short amount of time!!!
Sarah - posted on 10/22/2008
Wow! I am shocked by how many May babies are crawling or starting to crawl. My little girl was born 5-9-08 and it not even interested in crawling. She is working on rolling over from back to belly, but can go from belly to back no problem. She did lose a month or so while we were figuring out that she had pyloric steniosis and had to have surgery, so she is a little behind because of that. She is now starting to regain speed so to speak and I know she will be cruising around before I know it.
Brenna - posted on 10/21/2008
My daughter just started crawling backwards. I know it won't be long know until she's really moving!! She can sit up on her own for short periods of time too. It never stops amazing me at how fast they learn and how big they grow in the first year!!
Anna - posted on 10/21/2008
My son rolled over from his belly to his back for the first time yesterday. I think it was an accident and he hasn't repeated it. He has been rolling from his back to tummy for two months, but he hates being on his tummy.....so I will be glad when he consistently rolls both ways!
Natalie - posted on 10/21/2008
My little beauty reaches out and claps both mine and her hands together, when I sing "pat a cake". She has started to pull at my hair. She reaches out for me when she wants me to pick her up, thats the best thing so far!
Natalie - posted on 10/21/2008
My little beauty try's to clap my hands and her hands together when we sing "pat a cake." She has started to pull my hair too! She reaches out for me to hold her, which is the best thing so far. Natalie Spencer 26