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She will be 4 months on Feb. 15 and has shown no desire or ability to roll over yet. Does anyone else have an LO that hasnt rolled over? At this rate, we are feeling like she might walk before she rolls. :-)
DD rolled over for the first time just over 4 months (but just under 4 months adjusted). She showed no real signs of ever intending on doing so (hated tummy time, just laid there like a rock), then one day she was kicking up a storm and moving a bit so I flipped her over and boom. And now 2 weeks later she is getting very close to rolling the other way.
So don't despair, it will happen.
Henry sort of has once (I got it on video!) and the girls, meh Autumn could give a crap and Ruby just turns herself into a sideways bridge and screams until I flip her over myself. The girls have my level of patience for things, so we're all screwed to bits forever :)
Note mine are on the adjusted schedule, so I'm hoping they start soon... why I don't know. After rolling comes crawling and then what the hell will I do?!
Caseyk1127:Not even close but somehow she scoots across the room when I'm not looking.
Same here for stomach, but I think she is close from her back.