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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 15:33 PM   1
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Baby sleeping/ awake in womb


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Do any of you know how long baby is awake for in24 hrs? I know baby often sleeps in day as the pur movements rushing about rock/soothe it to sleep and then they can often wake in evenings/ mint just when we settle down. I was just wondering how long they sleep for though... Is it mostly asleep? Do you find your baby follows that pattern? I think I would say that my bean is more active early morning... Woke me at 7.30 this morn and again in evenings but I do get flutters in the day too.
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 15:37 PM   2
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I have not figured out the sleeping pattern yet but have found most activity around midnight! My mom said I only slept for about 5 hrs a day and was constantly moving and kicking.



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 15:44 PM   3
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Ive read that babies sleep for 16 hours a day in the womb



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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 15:50 PM   4
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mine seems to sleep most of the day and then has some active nights and some sleepy one's. in fact it seems to sleep more than anything else hope that pattern carries on



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 16:40 PM   5
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Ive read around 16hrs too. My babies are active first thing in the morning on my way to work, lunch time, dinner time and then most of the night. So pretty much feeding time haha which is pretty much like myself and their dad we love our food.



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 16:50 PM   6
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I was reading today that they don't settle into a pattern until about 27/28 weeks anyway

They'll sleep if you're walking around as you rock them to sleep as you walk, and then when you rest they wake up.



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 16:59 PM   7
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I think mine sleeps a lot lol... I normally head to bed at about 8, and I find that if I don't I get kicked very hard and I take that as someone wants to go to bed :P I don't feel anything all night, until about lunchtime the next day. And then the movements don't stop until bed time. I'm not going to complain about that pattern



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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 17:41 PM   8
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Ive read around 16hrs too. My babies are active first thing in the morning on my way to work, lunch time, dinner time and then most of the night. So pretty much feeding time haha which is pretty much like myself and their dad we love our food.
Haha mine has the exact same pattern! It's as if she is saying , "yum yum momma!" I love it!
Is it not the strangest feeling when they roll around in there? Lol it makes me laugh!



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 17:52 PM   9
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Have just started feeling much more movement from bubs in the last week or two and notice I feel first movements around 6-8am then it quietens down for a bit but if I haven't eaten lunch by 2pm (which is common for me but I do snack during the morning) I get some big kicks from a hungry bubba Then I get some hiccups and kicking starting anywhere from 7-9pm and lasting fora few hours.

Bubs seems to do a LOT of rolling around too - so much so the other day it was so much whooshing I thought I might be sick!!

Hubby is still not feeling a lot of kicks (anterior placenta) but bubs has the hiccups quite a lot and he has no trouble feeling those



 
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Old Oct 9th, 2011, 20:04 PM   10
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i read they sleep 12 - 14 hours a day .



 
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