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My daughter is 4 months 2 weeks old and still not rolling over. Is this okay?

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Dr. Evelyn Hurvitz
Pediatrics
8 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

The average age for infants to begin rolling from their tummies to their backs is 4 months.
Some babies roll earlier and some roll later. Some even skip rolling and just start to sit. Be sure to give your baby lots of "tummy time, ' when she can practice her rolling skills.

In brief: Yes

The average age for infants to begin rolling from their tummies to their backs is 4 months.
Some babies roll earlier and some roll later. Some even skip rolling and just start to sit. Be sure to give your baby lots of "tummy time, ' when she can practice her rolling skills.
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Dr. Johanna Fricke
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral
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In brief: Putting infants to

sleep on their backs in their own cribs from birth significantly reduces the risk of SIDS.
Infants who sleep supine roll front to back, sit in a tripod, creep, crawl & pull to a stand about a month later than the "old" average age, but attain those milestones within the normal age range. They walk & achieve all toddler motor skills at the average age, Back to Sleep" remains vitally important.

In brief: Putting infants to

sleep on their backs in their own cribs from birth significantly reduces the risk of SIDS.
Infants who sleep supine roll front to back, sit in a tripod, creep, crawl & pull to a stand about a month later than the "old" average age, but attain those milestones within the normal age range. They walk & achieve all toddler motor skills at the average age, Back to Sleep" remains vitally important.
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