When do babies start to roll?
My daughter started rolling over at 3.5 months from belly to back and 4 months to roll back to belly. At first she would just roll over to the same side every time, but now she can roll over to both sides.
At about 3 months, when placed on their stomach, your baby will lift their head and shoulders up, using their arms for support. This mini-push up helps them strengthen the muscles they'll use to roll over.
Your baby may be able to kick them self over from their tummy to their back, as early as age 4 months. It may take them until about 5 or 6 months to flip from back to front, though, because your baby needs a stronger neck and arm muscles for that maneuver, they need to be able to lift their head, push up on their arms, and arch their back to lift up their chest off the ground.