Thursday, March 11, 2010

Back? Nope.

I very well could have the wierdest child ever. He used to be normal, so I'm not sure what happened. Don't babies hate tummy time? Not mine. Ever since he's been able to hold his head up during tummy time (about 1.5 months), I cannot convince him that being on your back is equally as fun. He actually cries if you put him on his back. Cue roll over, and there is happiness. So, basically, he has refused back time. Now, I don't think this is an issue. Just strange. He is trying to roll belly to back, though. I realize that this makes no sense if he doesn't want to be on his back.

Above all, mobility is his number one goal. We have one determined little boy who is ready to move. He's got the leg part down, so I'm hoping those arms stay down. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure he'd be crawling. The scooting is perfectly enough for me at the moment. I am not ready for him to be moving about so easily. This is what I get for pro-creating with an early mover. It doesn't help that everytime my MIL sees him, she comments on how he's doing everything just like Jony did. Jony was walking by 9 months. This scares the crap out of me.


Lil'Misa said...

Oh my! You better start baby proofing the house now because he will be on the move before you know it!

Rachel H. said...

I know...Weston is 2 months old, and he rolled over from his stomach to his back this morning when he was doing tummy time. I couldn't believe it, and he is such a strong little boy. If he can do this...I'm in for it!