I felt a few flutters yesterday. Was very exciting. It was only a couple of times and I was lay down all day (due to being ill) and I think that's why it was so easy to feel. It felt like bubbles so thought it was wind at first but then I felt something similar but higher up later in the day and that was wind so I'm putting the earlier fluttering bubbles down to feeling bubs move. Though I think my uterus is quite high about half way between pelvis and belly button so not gonna rule out that it was movement. I don't really remember what the first movements felt like with DS but remember the first proper kicks. That was so exciting!!!
Yes to me they feel like hiccups definitely. Kinda like thuds but they are really low for me still, I think my baby is still breech. It's so cool when some movements are a little higher and your stomach moves
When my baby gets hiccups my whole belly moves. I can feel her entire body move inside me, its not like a kick or stretching movements. If you have a doppler listen in, it sounds like baby is beating a jungle drum!
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