8 months old baby

Question: My baby is 7 & half months old. He is very rarely roll over.. Is it normal. By birth his weight is higher & doctor told his head is also big.. Now we make him to sit. He is also sitting in comfort.. But many were saying tat baby has to sit by their own .. Otherwise his back bone will not be straight. Is it true... Am so afraid of all these.. Is he is normal in his development???? In other aspects he is active & happy..

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Answer: more weight having babies rarely roll so it's normal and it is true baby want to sit her own comfort means no problem...
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