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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Daddy View Post
    My DD was doing push ups at 2 months old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    DD rolled from front to back quite early...but it was not intentional and she was not impressed! She is 7 months and has rolled from back to front only twice, way later than DS did it. I don't mind at all, as I still have control over where she is when I put her down if I want! I mostly put her on her front to commando crawl about, but if I need her to stay put I put her on her back and she can't move
    I'm a little jealous!!! Dd3 who is 7m is standing ready to walk!! It's really not fair!!


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    DS rolled from tummy to back at 7 weeks. I have a video of him lying on a blanket on the floor and flipping from his tummy to his back. He would get very very upset though. I assume because he didn't know how to roll back again.
    A friend of mine saw him doing it too when she visited us and she was quite surprised. Looking back, I now know it wasn't a big effort for DS. He's an incredibly strong toddler now.

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    Yes DS rolled really early around 9 days old, he was really strong at birth and could hold up and turn his head around at just a few hours old. No one really believed me until they saw the footage. Now 2 yo he is fairly average in co-odination and other things. They are certainly amazing little creatures, enjoy

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    Absolutely. My DS started rolling from his tummy to ho back at about weeks. He was doing it regularly for a couple of months and then just stopped and didn't do it again for about a month or so. He is 6 months now and is back to doing it regularly and has just started rolling from his back to his front.


 

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