What Age Do Babies Roll from Belly to Back?

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A baby will generally be able to roll from belly to back by the time he/she is 5 or 6 months old, when neck, arm, shoulder and chest muscles have gained in strength. Bear in mind that some babies completely skip this step altogether and may crawl or sit instead; there is nothing wrong with this as long as your baby is making efforts to move about and is otherwise developing and learning new skills.
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I am looking up online, but I just saw a video of my great niece managing to roll from tummy to back at 3 weeks! I think that is a bit over achieving...grin. So I am looking to see
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Of course, once babies can roll over consistently
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I would initially respond with another question: why would you want to? If baby is sleeping well then why try and change anything? Most babies, as they become increasingly mobile,
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At 2 months. No joke. He has always been more active than most babies. He started rolling onto his belly and sleeping that way at about 3 months. Now at 3.5 months he is rolling both
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A baby will generally be able to roll from belly to back by the time he/she is 5 or 6 months old, when neck, arm, shoulder and chest muscles have gained in strength ...
I am looking up online, but I just saw a video of my great niece managing to roll from tummy to back at 3 weeks! I think that is a bit over achieving.grin. So ...
Most babies are able to roll over from tummy to back as early as age four months. However, it may take them until they are about five or six months to flip from ...
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