Monday, September 25, 2006


Sohpie started rolling yesterday. She finds it all very exciting and I love that she is excited but it is making sleeping difficult for her. She now flips over onto her stomach and then grizzles because when she is wrapped she can't get back. Normally she takes a long time to get back over onto her back anyway but she can do it, but with a wrap on plus the fact she is dog tired when I put her down she is having lots of trouble. She is so excited by her new ability and it is wonderful watching how happy she is in general when ever she rolls.


Mindy said...

Yay for clever babies. Looking forward to meeting all the clever babies, not long now.

DV said...

It's very exciting that we are going to see you Mindy.

Wenchilada said...

Hey Tina, she was rolling on to her side on Thursday, I didn't think it'd be long.

Pers - she no roll. She does her crunches and tries to sit up. When I help her roll to her tummy, the legs come up as if she is going to crawl, but no rolling, only half rolls.

Mindy, it'll be nice to put a name to a face :)

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

the Dinghy does similar stuff, Wenchy, and occasionally has a roll from tummy to back, in that lazy grab-a-toy way.

can roll: chooses not to ;)

lazy bubba!

Baggy Trousers said...

You guys have a blog.
That's so cute!!!

Actually, while the tone was sarcatic, the sentiment wasn't. It is very cute.

And I like the name!

Wenchilada said...

Yes, I think you're right. Can roll: choses not to.

Lazy? Nah, just conserving energy for that special special moment when they do get mobile and then it'll be ZOOM!

Watch out...

Tina said...

Sophie was in the chooses not to category until she got conjunctivitis and I had to put cold eye drops into her eyes. She soon figured out the fastest way to stop that was to roll over. She had already done it by herself a couple of times but wasn't rolling regularly, but after then it became a game. Now when I go to get her out of her cot I have to search for her first. She can be anywhere in the cot and has often got out of her extra extra large wrap and buried herself underneath it, or thrown it out of the cot altogether. It is very exciting though. I suspect she would have taken a lot longer if she didn't have an older brother to try and follow around.