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Name: jennifer early
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just wondering when your babies rolled from tummy to back. my daughter is 5 months today and doesnt even seem interested. my boys rolled over at 4 mos. and 4 1/2 mos.
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Name: Lynne n | Date: Jun 12th, 2006 9:22 PM
My little boy was about 5 months i think! 

Name: homemommichele | Date: Jun 12th, 2006 9:28 PM
They each progress at their own rate, and in other things she may be ahead. If she still isn't by next drs visit talk it over with him/her. 

Name: cheryl | Date: Jun 13th, 2006 12:20 PM
5 months was a very seepless month for us here. My daughter would roll over on her tummy and wake up screaming because she didn't want t be on her tummy. this happened like every 10-15 minutes at night. finally when she was close to 6 months she started rolling back over herself.
everyone acheives their milestones at different paces so try not to worry.....but believe me i know that is easier said than done! 

Name: crystalno | Date: Jun 15th, 2006 9:57 PM
shoot, my daughter rolled over in the hospital at 4 days old. she then rolled OFF the bed at about 2 weeks old because her stupid father doesn't listen.
i am hoping this baby in my belly is calmer, and takes things slowly. then at 5 years old, MAYBE she will be calmer. unlike her big sister, who is a WILD women!!!! 

Name: cinner29 | Date: Jun 15th, 2006 10:04 PM
My son Tana started rolling over around 4 months and it was scary at first. Now he rolls around his crib like it's a amusment park ride. With Tana it seems like he always started doing something (rolling, sitting, crawling...) just when I started wondering when it was going to happen! 

Name: Julia | Date: Jun 16th, 2006 12:00 AM
My daughter was 5 months and 13 months when she walked! She is tall so gravity had a play in that I think. I wouldn't worry, every baby is different. My girlfriends first baby walked at 9 months and her 2nd walked at 13 months. I know we are discussing "crawling" but just wanted to give an example. ;) 

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