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    At what age did your bubs start rolling from back to tummy?

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    Ummm about 6/7 months I think. She hated being on her tummy so she was rolling front to back at 3 months. Refused to roll back to tummy until much later lol

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    Umm, my DD is 14 months and still doesn't! The health nurse wasn't worried at her 12 month check up as she is doing everything else normally, crawling and cruising furniture.

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    Yes mine rolled at around 4 mths but hasn't started sitting unassisted til 10 mths (when that is 'meant' to happen @ 6 mths), so I think there's huge variation in reaching milestones.

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    And DD never rolled from back to tummy she just couldn't for some reason but she rolled the other way and say, crawled and walked early.


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    4 months for both. But for some reason DD2 struggled rolling from front to back which is strange haha I don't think she did it until about 6 months


 

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