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    Default How old was your LO when they first rolled over?

    As the title suggests how old was your little one when they first rolled over? My DS is 13 weeks and just started rolling today. I got out DD's baby book to see when she rolled and I had written 6 weeks! Is DS behind?

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    DD1 - 4 months

    DS - 2 months

    DD1 is 3 months and hasn't rolled. She hasn't had much opportunity, though, as I'm too scared to put her on the floor as her siblings don't know how rough they are!

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    About 12 weeks. 6 weeks sounds super early to me

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    11 weeks.

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    Yeah I'm now wondering whether I recorded that right. Especially since she didn't crawl until 9 months!

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    My ds rolled at 4.5 months which is normal, but at the slower end of normal. 3 months (or 13 weeks) is pretty much average I think. 6 weeks is early.

    My dd rolled 5 times at exactly 4 weeks but thankfully then stopped til she was 3 months old. Doing one milestone early doesn't mean all milestones are early. She didn't walk til 13 months, exactly the same as my ds.

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    5 months, back to tummy. Still can't figure out tummy to back (5.5 months now) but he's a big heavy boy.

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    Back to tummy at 10 weeks and tummy to back at 12 weeks.

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    5 months here too, so a bit late. She made up for it by crawling at 6 months though!

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    4 months for both kids.


 

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