Couple of questions.....

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by Lil_Baby_Boo, May 15, 2007.

  1. Lil_Baby_Boo

    Lil_Baby_Boo Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone tell me on average how much little boo should be kicking for me being 24 weeks :happydance:(tomorrow)

    A couple of weeks ago he was kicking quite strong but to me it seems to be slowing down. I do get the odd hard jab, just wanted some back up to tell me its normal...

    Also, I was reading in my pg book that I should be eating oily fish twice a week.....I really don't like fish but lastnight I decided to make myself eat salmon as I'd read, again in my pg book that it will help little boo's brain, eyes and sense's develop........I didn't enjoy eating it and TBH its given me a bit of an ikky tummy :sick: . Is there anything else I can eat/drink that would give me the similar nurishments?

    Thanks
     
  2. Imi

    Imi .

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    ake vitamins or drinks with omega 3 in it hun ...

    Bubs will slow down, tis normal ... not so much room lol

    xxx
     
  3. Louise

    Louise Proud mum to baby Nick

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    Sam,
    Im getting it too..... my little lad has slowed down also. Not majorly, but he has.
    I can see him kicking through my belly though, so I know he's growing well..
    Hopefully anyway

    Dont worry. Your baby is fine! x x x
     
  4. bexxie

    bexxie Well-Known Member

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    I still couldnt hardley feel Amelia at 24 weeks and she was my second.

    Mind you I am not a small girl and they say the bigger the less you feel or something,I may be wrong so dont quote me.

    I think they get more and more so from now so all is good

    Bex.x
     

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