My LO has been able to confidently roll from her back to her front from about 12 weeks, she can sometimes roll from front to back. She has always had good head control from day one and she was rolling on her side really early on. Im sure Lola isnt far off
Sophie rolled from back to front at 14 weeks. Now she's a pro at it. Everytime I put her on the floor on her back, she'll be on her front within 2 minutes. She can roll from front to back, but she just seems to prefer to be on her tummy!
My DD rolled front to back first at 13 weeks exactly and then back to front at 16 weeks. She too rolled side to side for a few weeks before rolling properly. She is now 19 weeks and rolling all the time.
Freya went front to back at 14 weeks, but has refused to do it ever since. You can physically see her stop herself when she goes too far over. She's desperately trying to go back to front, and is nearly there, getting right onto her side. Considering she wasn't even allowed to be on her back until she was 10 weeks old, I'm pretty damn pleased with that! xx
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