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Awh that's so exciting. Kingston is still too young it think but it sure is cool waking up every day wondering what they will do next! my most exciting thing right now is smiling he has just started to do it off and on...Im loving every minute of it!
Lauryn will roll onto her side, and once when she was sleeping in my bed with me, I woke up and she was on her tummy after I placed her on her back... but I think that was coincidental and I didn't witness it.
I was surprised, he is 6 weeks today. But he is VERY strong. He's been holding his head up very well since he was born, and now that he's started "praying" for his bottle (you know how they put their hands up by their mouth and mash them together and it looks like they're praying for food when they think they're starving to death, lol) sometimes it's SO hard to move his hands out of the way to give him his bottle. He is just one solid little muscle. My daughter is also very very strong so I guess it's not that surprising. Heaven help us all when she decides she doesn't want to do something, it's extremely difficult to make her, lol.
Max rolled from his stomach to his back, but i think it was a fluke. Who knows though, this kid is crazy strong!! I'm pretty certain he hates being a newborn and would be walking around already if he could!
The only time David attempted to roll over was when he was on the changing table and he tried to roll himself off of it. Obviously I acted quickly and stopped his 'rolling'...but that was the only time he tried it that I have witnessed.
Sophia hates to be on her tummy alone so our "tummy time is really on my chest. When she is on her back, say on a play mat or something it looks like she is trying to roll over. She really pushes herself to the side and grunts and groans like she is using all her energy to roll over..lol!! When she realizes it's not happening she gets mad and starts to cry.....
Wife to Glenn
Sophia (9 months)