My dd didn't move a lot one day , she was normally awake just after b'fast but by mid morning was still asleep went to hospital and she eventually woke up. Went into labour less than 48hrs later, I was told that she was just resting ready for labour!
What paul said is right, I do have days where ALfie kickes the ell out of me, then days where I barely feel him move at all, which makes me so aware the following day, but I have gotten used to it now, so I don't panic as much, as long as I feel some movement my mind is rested, as I am sure that is all he is doing....resting!
As jo said babe, write it down, you will find that reassuring! x
yeah its ok hun, i go by the 10 a day as well thats what my dr told me was normal if theres more thats fine, but ten is perfect for the bit of room they've got in there i wouldn't worry and wouldn't t be awesome is the lo was resting up for labour yayayay
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