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My kids have expressed no interest in rolling. Will likes to sit up. Peyt likes to put anything in her mouth and is starting to work at sitting up. Both are doing well on solids in the bottle. Haven't really had time for spoon-feeding. Especially we're still working on sitting up. Still not STTN. Up every 3 hours. Ugh. They both LOVE to talk and blow bubbles. Teething like crazy. Will also loves playing with his rings. And hitting.
Audrey has successfully rolled over maybe 5 times total. She tries so hard all of the time, and she can get very close, but she usually gets her arm stuck underneath her. She gets very frustrated about it, too, and as soon as she starts to cry about it we usually pick her up and rescue her, so maybe that's why she hasn't made any more progress. We still haven't really started her on solids. I gave her one, teeny-tiny bite of boiled carrot off of my own plate a few weeks back because she was looking at it like she wanted to try it, but she didn't seem to like it at all. We'll try to hold off on officially starting until 6 months. We take a pretty laid-back approach.She is such a smiley, snuggly sweetheart, she really spends most of her time smiling at people and making friends with them instead of working on physical milestones! We love her to pieces.
She does what she wants when she wants lol she's rolled over but only in her crib, when no one is looking. She'll sit up on her own, but then throw herself back so...yea lol she's teething if that counts? She reaches to be picked up. Since she's about to be 5 months we're thinking about starting baby food but honestly it's just so much easier breastfeeding lol