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I will often "catch" Connor doing things like rolling but when hes done with tummy time he screams till he is fliped over rather then just rolling himself
and for the longest time I thought he didn't/couldn't grasp or hold objects it wasn't until I walked in and saw him playing with a toy see me drop it and then scream till I picked it up and held it for him that I realized hes totally capable he just prefers that I do it for him
Yes my little guy is very lazy! But he's getting better. Before he wouldn't hold toys and the only thing he'd put in his mouth was his hands, and i didn't think he could pick toys up. But about 2 weeks ago I found a toy (sophie) he really likes, so he'll stick that in his mouth and one other favorite toy. Hunter can roll from side to side, but he doesn't roll all the way over at all, and I mean at all. He'll kick his legs to move to where he wants to be, aka see the tv better or to get sophie. I think in boys it's a little more common. Maybe let him play on his play mat and you watch tv and see how he does after awhile, maybe he'll start grabbing at toys more. As long as you know he can do it, I wouldn't worry, but i understand about worrying I'm in the same boat with Hunter. I think mine is just a lazy baby and will do things when he's good and ready:]
Yep, ashley5 and I were just talking about this! My George is a very laid-back, lazy baby. I know he CAN do a lot of things, but he just doesn't want to. I'm not too worried...I'm more worried that he'll suddenly become a crazy little boy and then I won't be able to slow him down
Dillon is lazy. He refuses to roll. He would rather sit there and scream his head off than do it. He has the capability, he would just rather have someone else do it. I'm not worried at all. He is so smart. You can see it in his eyes that he is figuring things out and calculating his next move. He knows very well how to play us.
-Chrissy. Momma to a teenage girl, a preteen girl, a little girl, and 2 boys. Straight Jacket Bound!!!!
Luyando is not lazy but she has started playing the "drop toy" game. She keeps dropping toys intentionally so that you keep picking it up (that is, if you want to play the game)! Can't believe how fast this kids learn. They are not even a year old and are already so smart!