4 months old baby

Question: In which month baby roll over for first time?

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Answer: At first your baby will only roll from his belly to back; this is easier because he can use his arms to help him take off. Back-to-belly rolling comes later, usually by 5 to 6 months , or a month after he learned to roll over initially. Your baby's first roll-over usually occurs during a tummy-time session.
Answer: Hello dear, Some babies can flip themselves from their front to their back as early as three months.  But it’s more likely that your baby will be six months or seven months old by the time she’s strong enough to roll both ways. Her neck and arm muscles need time to strengthen first.
Answer: Hello, babies start rolling over by 4 months but it all depends on baby to baby and their milestone some babies may start by 5th month also.
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