I have had a couple of feelings like that with both this pregnancy and the last. I am pretty sure now though, that it was my uterus adjusting, and not the baby that I could feel, in both cases. I think all the memories of moving babies come flooding back. I keep getting that feeling of having a massive belly touching my thighs when I sit down (I am no where near that stage yet!)
Unless, like you said, you are further along than you thought!!
Don't feel crazy cuz I SWORE I felt the teeniest of movements earlier. I was laying on the couch, not moving a bit and waaayyyyy down low (almost right at mu pubic bone) it felt like a feather brushed ever so slightly on my insides. Lasted but a second but definitely felt something other than the gas bubbles (lol), slight cramps and twinges. I haven't felt anything since so I figure it was a fluke occurence...like maybe a slight muscle twitch or something but I don't know...that's not usually something that is easily mistaken if you've felt it before.
I'm VERY thin...so perhaps it could be? Hmmm...!
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