So I'm really trying to figure out if I am losing my mind...
I was sitting at work reading through the threads when I felt what felt like a flutter at the bottom of my stomach. Mind you, I am only 8w3d so I'm thinking that this may be a bit early then again, this is my 3rd child so I kinda know what to expect when it comes to movement.
Has anyone else experienced flutters as early as 8 weeks or could it possibly just be all in my brain ???
I started feeling the same thing today!!!! THis is my 9th child but 13th pg. I know what you mean it feels like we are crazy but we know what to expect and how it feels. What i think your feeling is your LO!! how exciting for you and congrats!!
At the end of my 11th week I felt little movements. It would happen really quickly and then I might not feel it for a few days. But I usually feel it like every other day or so. Yesterday I thought I felt a full roll. But I don't know, I may be dreaming it lol. This is my second pregnancy so I know what to expect and I've heard and read that the more pregnancies you have, the earlier you might feel movement
LOL... Sheeesh ! I'm glad to know that I am not alone in this. It wasn't anything real strong or like a kick, just a quick flutter and that was all. It hasn't happened since and probably won't happen again (or should I say I won't notice again) until I'm in a quiet place just sitting down doing nothing. I'm always so busy with my other two kids that I don't have much time to pay attention to the little things but its quite reassuring though.
I thought I felt something when I was in bed last night, exactly like a flutter or little bubbles popping in my lower abdomen. But it's my first pregnancy, so I'm thinking it must be too early?? I've not mentioned it to anyone because I don't want to hear "don't be silly, it's too early and it's all in your head", though of course it might be!!
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