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DD#1 was a late roller - I would have to check her baby book - but I think it was like 6 months or so - to even go from front to back - which is easiest.
DD#2 has already rolled a few times from front to back (when I start her on her tummy) - she has not yet rolled from back to front - which takes more coordination.
DD#1 born 9/29/2010; DD#2 born 2/25/2013
TTC #1 since 3/2011
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DD rolled from back to tummy once before she started crawling- stubborn little thing.
DS rolled onto his side when he was 12 days old, kinda freaked me out. But he started rolling back to tummy about a month ago- he's freakishly strong though- like if he's in my lap squatting on my legs and gets mad, he will grab my shoulders and pull up to a standing position.
4.5 months for tummy to back, 5 months for back to tummy.
My DS didn't do those until 6 and 7 months, though.