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She hated it in the beginning, but now she rolls and wiggles and makes which ever one of us is on the floor with her give chase because she loves to try to scoot under the couch and chair and anything else in the living room that she can possibly fit under.
Oh well I'm glad to know a lot of babies don't like it initially. Layla really seems to hate it so sometimes I don't feel like I do it often enough. I put her on her tummy daily but not for long because I hate that she gets so upset over it.
Mark loves it. He sometimes gets frustrated when he can't move, but mainly he loves it and lifts his head reallly good. He's also rolled over already from his tummy to his side and back even. It scared him the first time he did it, but since then he's done it again and just babbled away. and like Katie, he likes to scoot around when he's on his tummy. So far, he's staying on his mat/quilt, but I'm sure that'll change fast.
Savannah HATED it for months...then around 4 months she tolerated it (but didn't love it) and now suddenly in the past few weeks as she's making major progress toward mobility she can't get enough - she even rolls herself onto her tummy to practice inchworming some more
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