Hi Everyone, Proud dad here of a nearly 6 month old baby girl... who's really making me pull my hair out. She's always been a back to sleep baby, so I anticipated a delay in rolling over, but this seems so damn strange. She's very adept in rolling from her back to her stomach. When she gets to her stomach, though, she cries... she struggles... she plants her face into the blanket that she's playing on... and she cries again. Today, wife and I cam home from work to find the baby sleeping on her tummy (not an issue), but Grandma let us know that she was basically face-planted on the mattress. (That scared me a little) The doctor told us not to worry, and if she falls asleep like that, to just let her sleep. She could move her head if she needed... I'm just annoyed (and ranting) is all. When she was smaller (2 to 3 months), she would flip from tummy to back all the time. Now, she just cries. I want to let her cry until she figures it out (read: I'm a heartless daddy) and my wife doesn't wait as long as I want to. Besides increasing tummy time, anyone else have any ideas to promote rolling from tummy to back?