Well, Keeley finally rolled from back to belly on her own today, it was bound to happen, as she had been attempting to squish herself as far over as possible on her side/front to sleep the last couple of days.
She’s long been turning herself in a complete circle by arching her back, then scooting, and arching her back and scooting, so now she can roll and turn in a circle. Hmm. Circus performer? As long as we keep her away from the clowns.
Should we worry about rolling her back over at least at night? Watching her during her nap right now, she’s on her belly with her nose completely out and fully flared, breathing deeply.
Nope! Once they start rolling, there’s no stopping them and no need to worry.
By the way, I’m still alive! 😉
No – once they start rolling on their own I never worried about them at night. She is strong enough to move her head if she needs to!
I agree with the other two voices.
You can’t stop progress.