When do babies roll over?
Once your baby has head control and can sit on his own with support, he'll learn to roll over and he'll use his newfound skill to get around a bit and maybe reach that toy he wants.
At about 3 months, when placed on his stomach on the floor, your baby will lift his head and shoulders high, using his arms for support. This pushup motion helps him strengthen the muscles he'll use to roll over. Your baby may be able to kick himself over, from his tummy ... to his back, as early as age 4 months. Most babies flip from front to back first.
At 5 months your baby will probably be able to lift his head, push up on his arms, and arch his back to lift his chest off the ground. He may even rock on his stomach, kick his legs, and swim with his arms. All these exercises help him develop the muscles he needs to roll over in both directions usually by 6 months. June Bridals formal wears for mature women over 40/50See More