We're still conserving water, because it's still necessary. That's how dry it has been here.
The baby seems to be nailing the back to front roll over. Previously, she needed about ten minutes to accomplish this. Then last night, my husband looked over at the blanket next to him where she was playing and was like "!! Did you flip her over while I wasn't looking?!"
I had not. I was in another room the whole time.
And then the same thing happened to me this morning. Independent play is important, and she is not normally subtle. She was seriously like two feet away and I glanced over and she'd flipped with a shocking degree of stealth.
This afternoon, I paid more attention and sure enough, she's just grabbing her leg and yanking it over until she's on her stomach. Silently. Barrel rolls can't be too far into the future since she can go both ways now.
Although, so far the back to front move seems to be motivated by her need to play with the plastic keys. The plastic baby toy keys are a classic for a reason. One of my aunts sent us some, and those things are POPULAR.
It's probably time to really think about play yards and baby proofing.