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    Rolled over!
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    happymoe posted:
    My little girl is 6w6d today. We were doing tummy time on a piece of cardboard, sliding her back and forth gently. It's a 6-week game on babycenter website. I propped her elbows underneath her and she was looking around with her head back while I was taking pictures. She then pushed herself right over to the left and rolled off the cardboard. I put her back, she did it a second and third time.

    She's been a very strong girl right from the get go, but isn't this a little early?? She's growing up too fast for me! She hasn't even done a social smile yet and she's rolling over lol.
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    MizLeah responded:
    My daughter rolled over very early as well but she didn't realize it was because of her until recently. :) Very exciting though


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