Shufflebum!

Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by elly75, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. elly75

    elly75 Guest

    I dunno if anyone elses little one does this but thinking they might.

    When I put Christian down on his playmat, playpen or his crib, he's lying vertically. However, if I check on him (let's say he's in his playpen finishing a nap or his crib when I check on him in the morning), he's lying horizontally instead. He's not upset but looks up at me with this toothless grin.

    On his playmat, he'll eventually work himself around the mat so that he's laying different directions.

    I always have to smile when this occurs.

    Does anyone else's little one do this? Was this simply a stage for you and they 'outgrew' it?
     
  2. penguin77

    penguin77 Pround mummy of 2 :-)

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    Jac has been doing this since he was approx 3-4 months old...he's still doing it now but not as much at nearly 8 months old.
    He only does it in his cot now as he spend the day sitting or on his tummy now...moving around more and more i may add.

    xxx
     
  3. kiki

    kiki Mum to Kirsty and Caidan

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    yep, Caidan does this on his playmat too. Doesnt surprise me though as he has ants in his nappy. The laddie just cant stay still!!

    xxx
     
  4. cleckner04

    cleckner04 Well-Known Member

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    Emma does this too. She never stays still more than a minute though. Always wanting to move. :haha:
     
  5. bumpsmum

    bumpsmum Mummy to Matthew & Daniel

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    yup Matthew always on the go, even in his sleep. His latest is to lie on his tummy and push hiself backwards til he cant go anyfurther then screeches til you turn him so he can shimmy the other way :haha:

    Their own wee way of letting us know they'll soon be mobile and unstoppable x
     
  6. Kitten

    Kitten Mummy to Theakston & Nyah

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    Oh yes, I used to be so confused if I nipped to the loo or for a cuppa and came back to find him sideways or something.
     
  7. zoe0504

    zoe0504 Well-Known Member

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    I once found Oliver completely the wrong way round in his cot! God Knows how he managed it, it's not wide enough! A few weeks after this though he figured out how to roll from his back to front. Waiting for the crawl now, he just needs to figure out his arms!
    I'm afraid it's non stop from now on!!!!!
     

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