Ha, it's funny that I just posted that he's not rolling over I think 2 days ago on Henry's thread. Yesterday I was upstairs laying out T's clothes, when DH yelled for me to come down because Reid was rolling. I had left him on his back on a blanket on the floor, and by the time I got back down, he was just on his side. I told DH that he had been doing that forever, but DH swore that he had rolled onto his tummy and then back onto his side in the time it took me to run down the stairs. I waited for a while just watching him, and then I eventually went back upstairs to do more things that I needed to do. Of course the second I was up in my room, T and DH both started yelling "He's rolling, he's rolling!" so I ran back down again. And he was flat on his back again by the time I got back down. Same thing, I stood there waiting for like 5 minutes, and finally decided that I needed to finish up what I was doing, so I went back upstairs and....."He's rolling, get down here, he's rolling!" And when I got back, nope, he's on his back. Then he started to cry, so I ended up picking him up and ultimately nursing him and putting him down for a nap, without ever getting to see any evidence that he was actually rolling. LOL
FINALLY after his nap I put him back down on the floor, and sure enough, he rolled all the way onto his tummy, and then rolled back onto his back again. He did it several more times while I was watching. YAY! Now the problem is that he wants to roll every time I put him down, including on his changing table which means I am literally wrestling him the entire time I'm changing his diaper or dressing him. But so stinking cute. He's soooo pleased with himself.
I am surprised. I know it's not as early as many of your babies, but T didn't roll until he was almost 6 months so I was prepared to have another "late bloomer" on my hands.