Has anyones baby rolled from back to tummy or vice versa yet?

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Kim - posted on 05/27/2009

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My daughter is 14 weeks and she doesnt roll on her tummy yet either but she's only just starting to enjoy being on her tummy too! She was 1 week premature but then in saying that my first daughter rolled over at 14 weeks so maybe soon fingers crossed!

Elizabeth - posted on 05/22/2009

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so we just got back from the dr. and he said that erik needs 2-3 HOURS of tummy time a day..does this seem like alot to anyone else?

Kasia - posted on 05/22/2009

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My son started to roll from belly to back when he was 7 weeks :D He's doing it withouth problem... Now we're waiting for him to sit- when we pul him up he's sitting without bigger problems :D Born 24\2 :D

Elizabeth - posted on 05/21/2009

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wow, such advanced babies!!! my son is 12 weeks tommorrow and doesnt attempt to roll. he loves tummy time though!!! i will be waiting patiently and watching for his roliing milestone!

Michelle - posted on 05/21/2009

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Casy im with you...but my son is 12 weeks today and he has not attempted to roll over yet....I put him on his tummy because I would think its easier to roll over back to his back but he hates his tummy time so much that he doesnt even try to push his arms up he just starts screaming...LOL :o(

Casey - posted on 05/20/2009

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Wow....okay, I was thinking my son is on schedule but maybe not. My son is 14 weeks and doesnt even attempt to roll over. He was 3 1/2 weeks early so I dont know if that has anything to do with it. He has tummy time 2-3 times per day and he does enjoy it. He just pushes up and looks around until he gets tired...but again, no effort to try and roll over. Hmmm......

Brandy - posted on 05/20/2009

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My daughter rolls from her back to her belly..lol..She lifts her legs and just rolls right over..She hasn't mastered the belly to back..she hates being on her belly, unless she is laying on your chest..lol

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My little girl will roll onto her side when she sleeps.
If she goes down on her side she'll roll onto her stomach.
But she hasn't done the full roll yet.

April - posted on 05/19/2009

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My little man is 11 weeks and doesn't roll over yet. He was a preemie though so it will probably take hime a little longer and that is okay. :) They grow up to fast. He did just start smiling 2 days ago and that was enough for me. :) Just melts my heart. Enjoy these little milestones because they are gone in the blink of an eye!

Jennifer - posted on 05/16/2009

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Guess my lil guy is right on time....he too rolled over about 4 days ago....tummy to back. He too hates tummy time, I try to get down there with him and talk to him but he doesnt seem to care. He scooted before he rolled over. He started scooting at about 5 weeks old....freaked me out to check on him and find that he has moved himself to a completely different position. CRAZY!

Veronique - posted on 05/15/2009

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My son started rolling everywhere at 11 weeks! I was quite shocked and a bit nervous. My daughter was a very calm baby, and she didn't roll early, nor did she put herslef in dangerous uncomfortable situations. My son is everywhere, and constantly kicking his legs (he shakes the whole crib!) and jerking his arms up and down. He looks like he wants to take off. It's funny, but at the same time, I don't know how to handle it. He moves too much, and then he gets upset. I have to watch him like a hawk!

Debbie-shea - posted on 05/11/2009

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I read all of the posts to this question last week and was suprised by the number of February babies rolling over already. So, I placed my daughter on her tummy to see if she could do it too. It took a couple of minutes but she did it!! She can now roll from her tummy to her back! She still hates tummy time though. lol

Lexie - posted on 05/11/2009

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My daughter has been rolling from her belly to her back since two weeks old. I have worked with her since day 1 working those muscles. she is so strong. Loves her exersaucer (since two months old). She is too short though, so I have to put books under her feet because she loves to stand.

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My girl is finally rolling over, I think it took her a while because she has reflux but, now I find her in all kinds of weird positions. I put her to bed in one position and when I check on her she is on the other side of the bed in the opposite direction. I am glad she is doing it I was worried because I read they are suppose to be on their tummy for at least 15min. a day and she just can't do that because of the reflux. But, it is getting better and she is doing wonderful with it.

Lisa - posted on 05/08/2009

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My daughter is a little over 2 months old and she has rolled from her belly to her tummy a total of 3 times now and it amazed me! My son was late doing this and it amazes my family & friends as well.

Maria - posted on 05/08/2009

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Yes....at 11 weeks Leah started rolling from tummy to back. She does it almost every day!

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My 3month old hates tummy time! She's been rolling from her tummy to her back since 6 weeks and just now looks like she's trying to roll from her back to her tummy.

Dayna - posted on 05/04/2009

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Yes. My daughter has. She started to sleep on her side when she was only two weeks old. Now she turns all the way on her tummy. When she falls to sleep, I put her in her crib. The second I set her in her crib, she turns on her tummy and fall asleep. One night when I set her in her crib, she turned on her tummy, moved her legs to the top of the crib sideways and went to sleep. lol

Ez - posted on 05/02/2009

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Oh forgot to say she was only about 6 weeks the first time she did it, which I thought was a complete fluke. But she kept doing it so I guess not.

Ez - posted on 05/02/2009

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My daughter can roll from her belly to her back - she'll be 12 weeks tomorrow. It's generally when she's had enough of her 'tummy time' , starting to get cranky and wants to be on the move :)

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She did FIRST time today!!! I didn't get to see tho b/c I walked out of room to toss diaper out, when I got back she was belly! At least Igot picture of her on belly . :o)

Sarah - posted on 05/01/2009

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Yes, my son rolled over from his tummy to his back at three weeks! It was crazy. I am still waiting for him to figure out how to get from his back to his tummy. Every time I try to give tummy time he just rolls over...so far tummy time is not very productive. lol

Jennifer - posted on 04/29/2009

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Yes my son can go from front to back, he started doing it last week. Its exciting but scary cause I cant leave him on the bed or such even for a second.

Jenny - posted on 04/29/2009

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Domi rolls from belly to back. At night I notice he will flip himself around too. I can put his head near the head board but when I go to get him he is head to the foot board!

Sam - posted on 04/29/2009

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Hey,

Yeh my lil one is 9 weeks and shes getting extremely strong on her tummy and ive watched her try and flick her legs over, I wasn't sure at what age they actually achieve this milestone but 9 weeks is awsome for ur lil one!! Im sure mine wont be far off. What day was he born?

Catherine - posted on 04/28/2009

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My son will roll from his belly to his back, but only when he is really angry.

Leslie - posted on 04/28/2009

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YES! i was gettin ready to ask this ?, my son is constantly rollin over!! he's 9 weeks, i asked his dr. and he kinda just shrugged it off like i was jokin but the lil guy goes both ways, specially in the bathtub, he arches his back and kicks till he get on his belly (its hilarious to watch) and if he's on his belly he just lets his head fall back and gets to his back that way!! also when on his belly he scoots around my second son did that to they don't get far, but gotta keep an eye on him for sure!!

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