Baby D Makes Three

born December 27, 2012

rolling rolling rolling

on June 18, 2013

baby girl,

in the past two weeks you have just exploded into movement. you roll from your back to your tummy; from your tummy to your back; and you spin in circles. it is so fun to watch you learn to do these things (at least during the day :P). the past two weeks when we lay you in your crib, you will turn onto one side or the other and a lot of times will fall asleep like that, or you will just lie there for a little while before rolling back onto your back to go to sleep. I will look at you, lying on your side and think to myself that you are such a sweet little girl and where did my baby go? it was just yesterday that you were a tiny little newborn who couldn’t move around like this. I am so thankful that you are, for the most part, such a good sleeper. 

last night, you kept rolling on to your tummy but you don’t want to sleep on your tummy so you try to roll onto your back, but instead of rolling back the way you came, you want to keep rolling in the same direction, which ends up with you squished against your crib rails, or unable to roll back completely. then you get really upset and cry so loudly for me to come help you. we had a rough night last night because of it. it was sort of cute at 8. by 11, it was no longer cute, and by 4 am it was just awful :P. I sure hope you learn to roll back the other way or to sleep on your tummy soon.

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2 responses to “rolling rolling rolling

  1. Lyss says:

    This post made me laugh. We just went through the same thing with my son, who is about a month older than Cora. He likes to sleep on this tummy and kept flipping to his back in the middle of the night without being able to turn back over. He figured it out in about a week. He flips to his back a couple times a night and will play with his toes, but when he’s ready, he flips back to his tummy and puts himself back to sleep. I hope Cora figures it out soon too so you can get some sleep. I love following your blog!

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