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Lilly hatessssss tummy time so we don't do it long her head is still getting strong probably slower but were getting there she can almost roll over and she smiles all the time she is starting to make a noise like a laugh
Ryder is getting a strong neck. He would rather be held upright so he gets lots of practice. He smiles all the time, making squeaky laughs, little coos here and there. Not rolling over or anything, but he is still young for that at 5 weeks
Darion has been holding his head up on his own for some time now .. He also taught himself to roll over as a way of getting out of doing belly time for very long. (he is his father's child all the way) He folds in his left arm and pushing with his right he leans his body weight to roll himself over onto his back. So while that's fantastic.. it's a constant battle to keep him on his belly to do belly time because he spends most of the time trying to roll over. *lol*
Smiling all the time with a couple giggles and squeals. He's been trying really hard to copy our facial expressions and sounds I make especially when I say hi he goes iiiiiiiiiiiiii.
He has great head control, has for awhile now. He loves to stand supported.
She is laughing and smiling in response to things (especially stories with stuffed animals), swatting at toys, cooing, and she has a very strong neck. She prefers to sit up or stand (she actually puts pressure on her legs and walks on them when you hold her up) so that has helped the neck strength. She hates tummy time so she isnt rolling over other than once on the bed. She seems to be on target for her age.
Ashton neck is pretty strong. He likes tummy time for only short periods but does so well while doing tummy time. He also likes to be held upright too. Not rolling over yet. He just started smiling in response to things. He also giggles in his sleep all the time but haven't heard any giggles while he's awake.