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Wow! That's amazing! Can't wait to see the rolling with my own eyes!

Pretty sure you have a genius on your hands... (with delicious, chubby little gams!)

ha! "we will not have our arm movements restricted!" go champ!

after dr. spock, there was dr. t. berry brazelton...he had a show on babies...and one day i watched him pick up a baby...and while the baby was watching him, he would stick his tongue out just a bit, then quickly do it again and again...the baby copied him....he did this with several babies...i did it with mine...and yes, it was confirmed...they were gifted. #babytricks

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