I have a theory. I think if a baby is restless inside the belly of the mother when the baby leaves will also be nervous. You also believe the same? I leave you this video of my princess moving inside the belly when only missing 3 weeks for delivery. Hope you enjoy!
Wow- that's one active baby! I would try to get video of my LO making my tummy move, but it was always SO hard and never long enough for me to get much. LOL. Great video!!!
I felt the same when my LO was in my belly. She was more active during the day and slept really good at night- never woke me up. She might get a bit restless, but long as I turned where she was comfy she would settle down and be quiet. I was hoping that meant she was a good sleeper when she came out into the world... and for her, it's been true. She has always been a pretty good sleeper from day 1... and STTN (8-9hrs) by the time she was 2mos (she now sleeps 10-12hrs a night). She is more active at day- but still takes lots of naps... all very similar to how she was in my belly
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