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    Rolling over
    ngshdnclvr2 posted:
    Ladies...I am starting to feel like I am doing something wrong here...My sweet daughter is 5 1/2 months and she has not rolled over yet. She is not fond of being on her belly for very long. Bur we try for as long as possible here at home and at daycare. What can I do? And should I be concerned? I have have several family members with babies younger than my daughter who are rolling over already, and it is starting to make me feel really nervous that there is something I am doing wrong.
    sdadkin responded:
    My son is 4 and half months old and he has not rolled over yet. Also, my first son was almost 6 months old when he completely rolled over. Each baby is different. Some take more time to do things than others. I'm sure your baby is perfectly normal

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