Rolling over?

Anyone else's lo rolled from back to front at 4 months? My lb is doing it CONSTANTLY! I can't leave the room without him flipping himself onto his tummy. My only concern is that he doesn't seem to be able to roll from front to back and ends up getting frustrated. Is there anything I can do to encourage him to roll onto his back? How old was your little one when they first rolled over?
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My boy rolled back to front at 3 months and did it all the time. Didn’t roll front to back until 4.5 months. Was an annoying month and a half with him whinging as he was stuck on his tummy. Didn’t really do much but give him tummy time and he did it one day. We would roll him back onto his back everytime he was on his tummy but not sure if it helped or not 🤷🏼‍♀️

My daughter did this! She rolled back to front at 3 months but then couldn’t roll front to back until a few weeks later so she used to get stuck and then get frustrated for a while but she did get there eventually!

Mine does front to back and then cries. She's trying desperately to roll back to front but gets stuck and cries again 🤷‍♀️ they will all get there in their own time. Loads of tummy time might help him, especially if he doesn't like being on his front. I'm dreading when she can roll both ways as I don't think I'll be able to take my eye off her!

My little girl is the same at the moment, just turned 4 months two days ago, started rolling herself onto her tummy but can’t quite make her way back over yet so gets herself frustrated, I’m hoping that if I keep showing her how to roll back and giving her a bit of time to figure it out herself she will get the hang of it! Then I will be able to go and pee without hearing her stuck on her front each time 😂

Yep I have exactly the same issue! My little one is 4.5 months and doesn’t stop rolling back to front but can’t get back!

He started at 3m, and was rolling all over the lounge room floor at 4m 😂 we just had a foam mat and a wooden playgym and some toys for him on the floor. He kept rolling under the couch though, and many times he got stuck and I had to pull half his body out lol, so I had to put some cushions there to cover the hole 😂

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