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#1 of 8 Old 04-19-2006, 10:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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rowan didn't do that until 5mos. LOL she's been going tummy to back for a few weeks but not back to tummy. she does it every time now, but then gets annoyed being on her tummy. she knows how to roll tummy to back too, but doesn't do it for some reason. i guess she figures she can only go one way at a time? LOL she usually just waits for someone to rescue her from her spit up that she has invariably spewed after a few minutes on her tummy. LOL

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how cool! im still waiting for all this! sometimes Ethan will roll from back to stomach, but mostly its on the bed. he will go side ways but not really rolling over. go Ava!!
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yeah she was stuck at sideways for a while. LOL it helps for her to be on a flat firm surface, so i think E might be ready if he's almost doing it on a bed! WOOHOO!
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Whaaaat! That's great. Scarlett can only go from tummy to back - which I think is made easier by the weight of her head . No signs of going the other way...

It is crazy, the other day we were at playgroup and there was a little 6 week old guy and he looked so little...that is when I realized that Scarlett is now one of the big babies!!! She was 6 weeks when we first started going - I can't believe she was that little once!

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Scarlett can only go from tummy to back - which I think is made easier by the weight of her head . No signs of going the other way...
That's Will, too.
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Moira's been rolling back to tummy for a month or so, but she's just started rolling tummy to back... she's also been scooting around a fair bit. I think she will be an early crawler, which should certainly make life interesting

I love this age... they are doing new things every day it seems
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lol ava has just started coordinating her hands enough while on her tummy to grab things. i'd have a heart attack if she started crawling already!!
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My little guy doesn't really like being on his tummy much, so I think we've got a long wait. Why roll there if you don't want to be there, you know? He's starting to enjoy tummy time just a bit, but still likes to roll back on his back (or cry at us to do it for him).
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