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I have to take a short break from my vacation posting to tell you all that Miles Bradley, seventeen-week-old, 4 months old tomorrow, rolled over from his front to his back last night.
He's really very strong on his tummy, although I am not very good at giving him enough time on his stomach...he doesn't seem to need it.

Jack, after we all watched Miles roll over and cheered, persisted in showing me that he also could rool from HIS front to HIS back. He doesn't remember when we cheered his rolling, less than two years ago!


He looks just like Lucy with a smaller mouth- the "09 model" as you put it.
The Sauce said…
This is a contender for cutest photo ever. Jack seems so earnest. And Miles so determined. I've never seen photos of a baby with so many different expressions. Yay for rolling over! I'm almost there too...
(and the band-aid lends some authenticity to the whole scene I can't quite put my finger on)
Annie said…
i can roll over, too! Although it might take me longer than Jack or Miles.......

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