Writer’s Block

I’ve been having some serious writer’s block and rumor has it that if you write about writer’s block it will magically go away. So this is me. Writing about writer’s block…Are you gone yet? Nope still here booo 🙁

So while I come up with some fantastic posts ideas {and write reviews/giveaways for Little BGCG and His Mama Review It, and move out of my house in VA} I’ll share some pictures of Mason 🙂 The light of my life!

Oh and I briefly mentioned this on Twitter the other day but when did your babies start rolling over? Because Mason is 15 Weeks old and he only goes on his side. He’s not a big fan of Tummy Time at all. Although in these pictures he is doing pretty well. But sometimes he just screams and screams. Oh and did anyone have an early teether? I swear Mason is teething. Could I be wrong? of course…but I’m not so sure if I am!

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Comments

  1. Cassie says

    It could be teething. I think they start feeling pain & showing symptoms up to 2-3 mos before they actually get their first teeth? Something like that. I don't remember when Jackson started rolling over but he hated tummy time too.

  2. Shakesrear says

    Don't worry about the rolling over and tummy time. Neither of my daughters ever "rolled over" really and they both HATED tummy time. If you wear your baby, then that will help him develop his neck and back muscles.

  3. Emily @ Baby Dickey says

    Our ped told us at Ryan's 4 mo appt that he was starting to get teeth (none have appeared yet though) so M definitely could be! And Ryan is now 21 weeks and is just starting to master the art of rolling over, no worries! He's just starting to really like tummy time too (and by "really like" I mean he can stand it for 10-15 minutes, haha). Adorable pictures – love his hair!!!

  4. Jessica Warrick says

    they can start early or late on the rolling, and they do start drooling at the mouth and gnawing the hand early but it takes a while for that first tooth to pop out. hop on over to my blog for a bloggy award http://punkrockmomma.com

  5. bluecottonmemory says

    Who cares about writers block when you have such cute baby pictures! That says it all!

    The bigger my boys were at birth, the earlier they rolled over – the two oldest rolled over within the first 2 weeks but didn't do it again for awhile. They were also tummy sleepers which was politically incorrect by the time I had my last son – so he was a back sleeper who turned over latest and walked latest (at a year) whereas the tummy sleepers walked at 9/10 months.

  6. Mighty M says

    Both of my kids took a while to roll, but my sister's baby was doing it before 12 weeks! He is so cute!!! Hope you are over that writer's block. 🙂

  7. Jessica Warrick says

    they can start early or late on the rolling, and they do start drooling at the mouth and gnawing the hand early but it takes a while for that first tooth to pop out. hop on over to my blog for a bloggy award http://punkrockmomma.com

  8. Mighty M says

    Both of my kids took a while to roll, but my sister's baby was doing it before 12 weeks! He is so cute!!! Hope you are over that writer's block. 🙂

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