When Did Your Baby Roll Over

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Sarah - November 20

My dd is 11.5 weeks and she hasn't rolled over yet. She does try very hard though! I was just wondering when everyone elses baby did it? Whats the average age?


Jbear - November 20

My baby is 12 weeks and hasn't rolled over yet, either. It's so funny to watch her try, her little feet in the air, her face all scrunched up...


Fabienne - November 20

My baby is 5 months old and still doesn't roll over - he's just taking his own sweet time . I read on Dr Sears website that it is more a question of character than maturity in their dev. .... don't know - but I don't worry !


erica - November 20

my son was 6 weeks when he rolled completely over.


Jamie - November 20

My daughter was 12 or 13 weeks.


.... - November 20

I looked it up...I was curious! When it develops... Your baby may be able to kick himself over, from his tummy to his back, as early as age 2 to 3 months. It may take him until he's about 5 or 6 months to flip from back to front, though, because he needs stronger neck and arm muscles for that maneuver.


me - November 20

My son rolled over when he was around 15 wks.


-m - November 20

My daughter rolled from front to back, believe it or not, when she was 3 weeks old.


momma - November 20

my daughter rolled back to front at 2 1/2 months then a month later rolled the other way


me - November 20

I think M is dreaming. It will happen when they are ready. Each child develops at their own pace.


JB - November 20

It differs for all children. To Me - "M" is not dreaming. My son (#3) rolled from tummy to back at 2 weeks and continues to do so. I guess that big ol' head gives enough momentum. Both of my daughters were slow in the process though. Belle didn't until she was a couple months and the same was for Gabby. Sarah, don't worry about it, I'm sure your little girl will do it anytime now. =)


soleil - November 20

from tummy to back my daughter very early on, she started rolling from back to stomach at 4 mo.



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