He's so dang cute. It seems weird to me that he's so young and rolling over, but I know he's normal and it was my child that was slow! :) Just wait--it won't tkae long before he's rolling around the room. At least you guys have a pretty open area for him to roll around in. It doesn't taken long for Lincoln to be stuck--against the couch, the entertainment center, under the piano,etc. It's fun times!
Sorry for my spelling errors--I should learn to re-read before I post comments! :)
Start moving everything out of the way because before you know it, he's going to be crawling and then walking, grabbing anything in his way!!Cutie!!
Bonnie, he is seriously adorable. I loved it when he looked around behind his shoulder to make sure you were still there.I need to take more video of Rachel. She just learned how to roll over last week. Now she doesn't stop. Unfortunately, the other day I plopped her on the couch for a minute, forgetting that she can roll. Oops. She let me know about that one. *sheepish grin*
What a smart baby! Fun. Tessa just gets mad when I put her on the floor. Me laying by her or toys out don't make any difference. But then, none of my babies have cared about rolling over. Oh well. It looks like Dorian has a cute little round head. Tessa's is all flat on the back. It looks all misshapen like the heads of those weird pointy head guys waiting for the empress in the movie, "Neverending Story." (Not sure what made me think of that movie...weird.)
Aw! What a strong baby he is!I love that quilt too.
that's a great quilt. i hope you get a sewing machine, but if you don't, you should come over and use mine.
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