Your Baby, Week 22
Your baby has learned to turn over from her tummy to her back.
Babies usually roll this way first, since it’s easier, and later learn to roll from back to front.
- While she’s lying on her back, your baby is likely grabbing her toes, and maybe even sucking on them!
- Your baby can also sit propped up, but will topple over if not supported.
- If you hold your baby under her arms, she can bear some weight “standing” and probably bounces up and down a little, too.
All of these moves in her repertoire are paving the way for walking. Let the good times roll!
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