Baby girl has been mastering her rolling over skills. Sometimes it doesn’t bother her, while other times she gets stuck and can’t roll herself back over. Unfortunately, she also does this at 4 a.m. and wakes up, needing to be rolled back over. We’ve gotten lucky, and I never take for granted how easy she’s been in the middle of the night.
On Saturday, I was readjusting straps on her car seat when the following conversation happened with my 5-year-old:
Me: Can you check on the baby? Why is she crying? Is she stuck next to the side of the crib?
Him: She’s fine. She’s just crying.
Me: Are you in her room?
Him: Not yet! Almost!
Music starts playing in her room and I leave the car seat to check on them. She was stuck on her stomach.
Me: why didn’t you tell me she rolled over?
Him: I was playing music for her so she wouldn’t cry while she rolled over.
So. Clearly my son doesn’t understand her distressed cries and he believes music will cure everything (which in many cases, music does help.)
I feel like she’s going to be laughing any week now. She’s starting to get more ticklish, but not giggling just yet. She watches her brother like a hawk, which could be good and bad. 😉