I would say so, but I don't know how sad you are talking about. I mean, my son will be 7 months on July 1st, and sometimes I think about how fast he is growing and how I miss my little teeny newborn baby, but then I get excited thinking about all the new experiences that are still to come. So I would say just try to focus on the positives and think about all the things you will be able to do with her in the coming years.View Thread
Hi Ladies! Many of the ladies that left the board for the most part are together now on Facebook. We hae our own group where we can share pictures and videos of our LO's. We also have a discussion board that works just like the old message boards. Anyway, it is a really cool and helpful vibe we have going on over there, so if anyone wants to join we would loooooove to have new members! The group is private so that any information to share such as vents about family or dr. questions about LO will not be able to be seen by anyone outside the group.
soooo... you all should really check us out. I am sure you will see a ton of familiar faces over there, and if not you can at least meet a few new mommies to share with!
btw- my facebook name is wanda elizabeth musgroveView Thread
Hi, my son will be 5 months old tomorrow, and he is not rolling over AT ALL. He will not tolerate being on his back or his tummy for more than 10 minutes at a time. When he is on his tummy, he can pick his entire upper body up, but he makes absolutely no effort to roll over. He can almost sit up by himself, and he is babbling and talking all day long. He grabs his toys and reaches for things. But he just doesn't roll over. He doesn't even get close to rolling over.
I am wondering if I should be worried about this. At his four month appt, the pedi assured me that rolling over should probably be moved from a 3-4 month milestoe to a 5 month milestone, but still...here he is five moneths and he is not even close to doing it. Anyone, especially experts, who can offer advice, please do!View Thread