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babies rolling over

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
i have 3 children aged 12wks, 2 and 3 my two and three year old started to roll over around 4 to 4 and a half months. but my 12 wk old daughter is constantly rolling over everytime i put her on her back shes straight on to her front is this normal for her age?


bunnigirlbunnigirl
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
well children develope at different paces dont they so what some people think may be normal some may think that she is a very clever baby
maybe ur little one will develpoe at a faster pace in some ways than others i remember my little girl could walk by 11 months but my son didnt till 17 months but he could talk way better than her children excell at different things
sorry to have gone on lol
xxxx

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
thanks. i am just very suprised that she is rolling over so young i just hope she isnt as quick with her speaking lol Very happy i will never get a minuites peace then with her my 2 yr old an 3 yr old

bunnigirlbunnigirl
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
ahh bless her if she is anything like mine she will grow up so quick and u will wonder where the hell the baby years went lol
xxx

sugarsugar Moderator
posted 1 decade 3 years ago

chez said:
thanks. i am just very suprised that she is rolling over so young i just hope she isnt as quick with her speaking lol Very happy i will never get a minuites peace then with her my 2 yr old an 3 yr old


The usual pattern is hun, if they are early movers/walkers (physical developemnt)then they tend to be a bit later with speech as babies tend to develop on one area at a time so u might be saved with the talking lol!
My DD walked at 8 months old but was very shy when it come to talking and it wasnt until she went to nursery at 2yrs old that she started to speak up - i knew she could speak but getting her to speak was the problem but going to nursery where she had to speak to get anything helped her Smile

GTTkelGTTkel
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Does she actually like being on her tummy? Because my first little'un would only sleep on her tummy and liked to play on her tummy. She hated being on her back even when she was tiny.

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago

bunnigirl said:
ahh bless her if she is anything like mine she will grow up so quick and u will wonder where the hell the baby years went lol
xxx
i know what you mean i have a 3 and 2 yr old aswell it only seems like yesterday when i had my first it goes way to fast Smile

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago

sugar said:

chez said:
thanks. i am just very suprised that she is rolling over so young i just hope she isnt as quick with her speaking lol Very happy i will never get a minuites peace then with her my 2 yr old an 3 yr old


The usual pattern is hun, if they are early movers/walkers (physical developemnt)then they tend to be a bit later with speech as babies tend to develop on one area at a time so u might be saved with the talking lol!
My DD walked at 8 months old but was very shy when it come to talking and it wasnt until she went to nursery at 2yrs old that she started to speak up - i knew she could speak but getting her to speak was the problem but going to nursery where she had to speak to get anything helped her Smile
my 2 and 3 year olds was walking at 8 months to but my 3 yr old was very quick with her speach at 14 months we could have a full blown conversation with her but my 2 yr old is still now very slow and only says a few things but my health visitor said its because my 3 yr old is doing all her speaking for her. Smile

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
[quote="GTTkel"]Does she actually like being on her tummy? Because my first little'un would only sleep on her tummy and liked to play on her tummy. She hated being on her back even when she was tiny.[/quote She doesnt really like being on her tummy coz when she rolls over she cries after around 30 secs so i have to put her back on to her back then a fews secs later she is on her front again shes a little madam Smile

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