How long after LO rolled over did they learn to roll back again?
Belle has started rolling from her back to tummy since yesterday, now she can ...she won't stop! But she can't roll back again so after about a minute on her tummy she gets really upset.
How long was it til your LO managed to roll back over again?
AND she hasn't had a nap since 12, it's now about 16:30. We went to baby massage, then got back, had a bottle and put her down but she won't go to sleep. OH NO flipping onto her tummy's much more fun. But after running up the stairs about 5 times to rescue her and no signs of nodding off, I've brought her back down stairs, but of course now she's super cranky. But STILL keeps rolling over.
How do you put a constantly rolling baby down for a nap?
i just put him down lol if he rolls over then hes stuck there ive found him sleeping on his tummy a few times lol, he can roll both ways but mostly wont lol i think it was only a day or so between learning to roll to going right over
She still cant... accidentially has a couple of times but thats it!
as long as you put her to sleep on her back she should be fine, I worry too though
The problem is that once she's on her tummy, she can't get back so after about a minute she's screaming with her face to the mattress and gets an arm stuck in between the rungs on the side of the cot. I have to go and turn her over! Just now, by the time I had got downstairs she was on her tummy again! I guess it's one way of keeping fit!
ah am still waiting for lo to work out hw to get back again, he did it once when no one was looking..........but not done it again. he is happy on his tummy for about ten mins then gets really frustrated!! in his cot we put him nearer the bumper so he cant fully roll onto his tummy, he can only roll one way-think its his right side!!!
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