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Old Mar 11th, 2018, 05:14 AM   111
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I felt definite movement at 17+4 a couple days ago.. but it's been so few and far between! I know that's normal this early but I recall feeling my daughter more this early on-- although my memory might not be the best!! I am looking forward to regular movement!

I have a small frame and bump was HUGE by 9 months. I was looking at pictures the other day wondering how I even got around!



 
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Old Mar 11th, 2018, 18:30 PM   112
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Alligator Im same as you people think Im further along as I have popped really early on my belly is getting big and round already xx

Starlight Im sure movement will happen soon enough you'll be feeling kicks I cant wait till I feel my first proper kick

Happy Mothers Day guys my husband didnt wish me happy mothers day this morning and I was so upset but Ive come home from work to two cards one from him and from Alex (the bump) perfume a new work mug as my other broke flowers and a nice bath I was so made up xx



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2018, 10:07 AM   113
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I've felt this little one for a while now. At first it was just flutters, then it went away for a bit (probably because my uterus moved up into my abdomen) and now I'll occasionally get a kick. It's faint, but definitely present. This one is waaaay more active than my first lol I think I might be in trouble!

My uterus is already up to my bellybutton, but I didn't think it was supposed to be there for a few more weeks. Do you think it could be because I've had a baby before, or because this one is going to be big? Judging from his brother's size, he will be fairly large lol.



 
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Old Mar 13th, 2018, 10:48 AM   114
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Likely because you've had a baby before, but could just be the way your body is built! My uterus is a couple inches above my belly button now which is apparently more than usual but, as mentioned, I have a small torso...less room to grow in there!



 
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Old Mar 13th, 2018, 12:44 PM   115
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Been feeling more movement today than the past few days 😀

I'm not sure where my uterus is, it seems huge based on my bump lol. My OB will start measuring next appt I think.



 
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Old Mar 13th, 2018, 22:05 PM   116
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Sorry I've been MIA ladies. My youngest DD came down with hand, foot and mouth so I've been away taking care of her. Poor girl... first time she's been sick during her young life so she's been really miserable. Taking it like a trooper though.

My LO moves all the time. I don't think there is a moment he is ever still and it scares me a bit because my ODS has given me more stress than any of my kids due to his hyperness making him do things that have given me a mini heart attack more than once. I always joke he's the one that's going to give me grey hair... lol. He too was overly active in the womb. My youngest DS is very laid back, almost too chill to the point where he was late reaching a lot of physical milestones.

I sometimes feel this LO down low, below my belly button, while other times I feel him close to the bottom of my ribcage, which is a lot higher than he should be right now. My only conclusion is that when he's that far up he's in the head down position and that's his little feet kicking me up high. Been feeling lots of hiccups too. I have my anatomy scan due this Friday and I'm excited to see him again. At the same time I just hope he stays still for it, unlike at the private scan we went to in order to find out his gender when he flipped around so much that the tech had a hard time getting his goods

Angela how sweet that your OH remembered Mother's Day!



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2018, 10:46 AM   117
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lilmiss, your poor DD! I hope she's well again...and thank goodness you didn't catch that! I remember it went through my nephews school and my BIL caught it...he was miserable. So much worse in adults, I have heard.



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2018, 10:47 AM   118
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Caviar - that's so exciting about your scan! You'll have to update w/ a pic! I just had to reschedule my scan from March 28 to April 4 due to my fiancÚ being out of town. It's only a week, but it still kinda stinks that it's further away now.

My oldest is an extremely active toddler. He doesn't really sit still except for sleeping and when he wants to read a book, but in the womb he wasn't terribly active. I never had reason to worry movement-wise with him, but he just didn't seem interested in moving around a lot.

This baby feels like he's ballet dancing in there! Kicks, swooshes, turning sensations, like all the time for the past week or so. If he's more active than his brother, then we are in for a treat!



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2018, 16:30 PM   119
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We don't find out until the 26th of this month and it's driving me crazy with wonder! We want to have another boy, but I feel like it's a girl. But we're happy either way, just really excited to bring another one into our family! Sometimes I feel him/her moving around, rolling over onto my bladder or just switching sides. No kicks as of yet, or my favorite hiccups!



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 19:44 PM   120
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Alligator surprisingly no one else has caught it so far. Usually most illnesses spread through the whole house like wild fire. I guess I'm also knocking on wood when I say this because the incubation period for HFM is 3-6 days so there's still a chance others could get it, plus her blisters haven't gone away yet. She is however no longer feverish, thankfully.

Hellojello sorry to hear that your scan had to be rescheduled too but at least your fiance will be able to be there. I will definitely update when I'm home from my ultrasound tomorrow



 
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