My baby seems to be permanently pee-d off about something these days. When she sit on my lap she is constantly reacing for things just out of her reach and often uses a leg to propell herself onto her front. She makes frustrated grunting noises when she can't reach stuff. If you put it into her reach, she then wants the next thing out of her reach, so continues to grunt and squeal. If she manages to flip herself onto her front she seems content with the result in that she can now reach whatever she was after, but then starts to wriggle and squeal because she doesn't like to be on her front. So life for us at the moment seems to be mostly made up of wriggling and squealing, which (tbh) is driving me and baby both mad. Also she would love to be able to sit up and play with stuff, but can't quite sit up by herself yet. If I place a hand behind her she gets overconfident and flings herself across the floor in her enthusiasm to play. Until about a week ago she was happy to play on her floor mat which has hanging arches with toys both on the floor and hanging toys. Now she only wants to play sitting up all the time, but clearly I cannot be there to prop her upright every hour of the day. Anyone had anything similar, and got any suggestions as to how I deal with this transition, and how soon can I expect her to be able to sit unaided?