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My Elena is 11 weeks old and has yet to roll over, or even put weight on her arms. We do a lot of tummy time, and she can hold her head up like a champ...but putting weight on her arms to roll over is not happening.
The first time Madeleine rolled from tummy to back was at 11 weeks and rolling from back to tummy was at 20 weeks. I wouldn't worry though if I were you because every child meets milestones at different times. Maddie is 9 months old and still hasn't laughed! It's killing me! It sounds like you are giving her the tummy time she needs and she will roll when she is ready. Plus, everyone told me girls do physical things at later stages than boys, Maddie just chose to do her physical feats first.
DS#2 rolled back to belly about 3 weeks ago. And he is 3.5 months now. DS#1 didn't roll either way until he was almost 5 months. So not rolling by 11 weeks isn't odd at all! I would say 11 weeks would be early to roll.
My 5th child is almost 7 months old and he does not roll from his back to his stomach and hates being on his stomach. Any ideas on getting him to like it more I got a mirror and it only works for about 2 mins and I will also get on the floor with him as well.
Avery didn't roll until she was 7 months old. She had FTT, though, so that's why so late. I agree with the PP's to not worry, she will roll when she's ready I don't think Dr.'s are concerned with rolling until 6 months.