Monday, February 9, 2009

there were 3 in the bed and the little one said roll over

He did it! Just a few minutes ago. I put him on his tummy time mat for a little tummy time which is something he is very good at, lifting that big head of his. For the longest time now he has been rolling onto his side. He can do it from his tummy or his back. But today he went from his tummy all the way to his back! I'm not sure what age he's supposed to do that at, but he's about 3 months, or 1 month adjusted. Do 1 month old babies roll over on their own?? I remember K (another baby C and I used to babysit) didn't roll over until 5 months. But she was a preemie too, by 1 month, so she was 4 months adjusted.. Damn all these numbers making my head spin. I know all babies develop at a different rate. Just strikes me as odd at how easily my baby seems to roll over. He does it like it's nothing. Now I'm worried I won't be able to put him down anywhere without him rolling away..

I've been bad lately. C got me Final Fantasy Tactics A2 for the ds yesterday and I literally spent the entire day playing it (even while I was breastfeeding). I didn't even shower. I'm going to consider it a late birthday gift since I didn't get one. Or maybe an early valentines day present. Either way I love this game. Very addictive. We also got Mario 64 or something like that, but I haven't tried it yet.

And now for a couple family pics we took last night. (After I managed to pry myself away from my game)




5 comments:

She said...

He's definitely a child prodigy! Haha. My little guy rolled over just after 5 months, so it definitely seems early to me. Goooo Skyler. Take this as a good sign that he'll continue to defy the odds! :)

Never Clever said...

Damn girl, you must have a Super Baby.

He's already rolling, -that's incredible. Laney accidentally rolled from her belly to back for the first time when she was like 4-5 months. She just started purposely rolling a few weeks ago (7 months).

Your family is adorable!

Ya Chun said...

Super cute!

Amy said...

Supah-Sky! Whoohoo! He's probably showing off to let all those NICU people know he could've come home earlier. ;-) And those are just adorable family photos.

Mrs. Spit said...

Your questions, ma'am!

1. What was the single hardest thing about Skylar being born premature?

2. What, if anything, will you tell Skylar about Sophie?

3. You work with young children for a living. What do you find most enjoyable about that?

4. Describe your perfect day.

5. If you could change one single thing about your life, right now, what would it be?