Of course, this is a big deal in the US these days – you’re supposed to put them on their back. Â When he was little and swaddled, we put him on his side. Now we always put Kinsley on his back to sleep. Heâ€™s been able to roll over for over three weeks now, but doesnâ€™t do it much â€“ doesnâ€™t seem to like the sensation. Â This morning he was really tired, but complained really loudly when I put him down.Â As usual, knowing he was tired, I left him.Â Later when it was quiet I went in to get something, thinking he was asleep.Â Almost.Â He didnâ€™t look at me but he was still moving a bit.Â He was just settling himself down on his stomach. Guess he gets to decide now which side he sleeps on!
Edit: While I was writing that, Kinsley woke up much too soon for a growing boy.Â When he didnâ€™t settle down after some time, I went in to check on him.Â He was on his back again. Almost felt like I imagined it. Apparently heâ€™s been practicing when we arenâ€™t looking.