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My daughter is almost 6 months old and still isn't rolling over. Help!

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
Babies don't always reach milestones at the same time. Maybe she just doesn't want to yet. As long as she can lift her head on tummy time, she should be developing fine. Maybe put a toy she wants a bit out of her reach to encourage her to stretch.
3 years ago
My daughter is 5 months old and has only rolled over a hand full of times. she does everything else normally. Instead of rolling over, she grabs her feet and rocks back and forth and that is how she (kind of) gets around. She also HATES tummy time. She is really getting to the point where she wants to be sitting up all the time, so I prop her up on her Boppy or put her in her Bumbo seat. She should have a dr's visit coming up, so ask the doc. He/she may be able to give you some peace of mind.
3 years ago
I think my son rolled over a grand total of four times before he started crawling.  And then walking. And then running.  Now he won't sit still.  As long as your baby's healthy, happy, and responsive, I wouldn't worry about it too much.
3 years ago
tummy time! my sons cousin is 3 weeksolder and rarely gets tummy time and can barely roll over and cant sit at almost 9 months meanwhile my son is almost walking. let her cry for a little bit because  tummy time is also good for helpibg them develop with their vocalsand babblings

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