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Miloh's first real roll



Miloh had his first full on roll today...yeah it's super early. It might seem cruel that we were laughing but we really wanted him to work through it.

It was unexpected so Staci grabbed her phone just as he started...we missed the first little bit...but it's awesome anyway.

I should explain a bit what was going on because it's a bit hard to see. As he started to roll he had a tight grip on the blanket. He wanted to roll but also wanted to keep ahold of the blanket. In the end he got both...but it still made him cry.

The video was shot with a phone so it's bit dark. I might try to work on that later.

Comments

  1. ARGGG! My comment didnt go through!

    You and your wife are seriously the cutest parents ever besides me and my husband! =) Miloh is awesome! At this rate he will be crawling next week. My Milo rolled three times, total, at two weeks and not again for a few months. In summation Milo(h)s are awesomesauce! Go Miloh, Go!

    Kristi

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  2. I hope you have gates up because that kid is going to be rolling with motive soon.

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  3. ok, that kid is crazy. for reals.

    i need to find you the video of the first time Harper crawled. maybe Scot and i moved her bottle around the floor so she'd go after it. maybe we're awful parents. or maybe we're just really rad like you guys.

    miloh is a rad little dude. i'm also super glad your AKC registered giggle showed up again.

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  4. YAH MILOH! I haven't attempted to see if Nellie can roll or not yet.

    And don't feel bad about laughing. If we can't laugh at our children, who can we laugh at?

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  5. I love this! Isn't amazing how absolutely exhilirating each of those "firsts" are. He is so cute.

    Go Miloh!

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  6. Thanks all...and or those who have had trouble posting comments I think it's finally fixed.

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  7. It does look funny to see such a little guy rolling-brilliant already...and his little cry brings back instant baby memories! Adorable!

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