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My baby is 3 months old and started to roll over back to front last week. Problem is she can’t get front to back! Any tips encouraging that?
My baby is 5.5 months old and not rolling yet. Should I be worried? How can I encourage him?
3 months is still very young for purposeful rolling back and forth. But if your baby has already started rolling from back to front, but not front to back, the best thing to do is Tummy Time!
Time spent on the tummy helps build up arm, back and neck strength all needed to roll over from belly to back.
Hi! I’ve recently done quite a few posts on Instagram and my stories about rolling in both directions. Here is one about rolling back to from t and another about front to back. Everything @tots-allison said is great but if you are looking for visuals I have some highlights as well! (My 5 month old is working on these skills too!) Rolling back to stomach
Rolling stomach to back
Hopefully this helps!
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