Started feeling big movements from my baba at 15 wks :)

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Dancing Queen Posts: 2591
This is my second baby, we have an 11 yr old, I'd forgotten how exciting it is when you feel big movements as apposed to the flutters.. Ah, delighted with life :)
Rachel Berry Posts: 359
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queenmama Posts: 418
Ah it's lovely! And even when they start kicking the crap out of you at night it's still fantastic :o0
Dancing Queen Posts: 2591
LOL I can remember DD had her foot wedged in my rib for months before she was born!
queenmama Posts: 418
Oh I've heard about that rib tickle they call it. Doesn't sound too tickly to me!!! Have managed to avoid it yet but it's getting cramped in there...
xx fairy mommy xx Posts: 1833
Oh so lucky - am 16 weeks and nothing yet!! First baba so maybe I am just not aware of what I'm supposed to feel but definately nothing at moment....every bubble of a burp has me crossing my fingers though!!
Dancing Queen Posts: 2591
It won't be too long for you now Fairy Momma :)
ReginaFalange Posts: 10290
How early can you feel flutters? I sometimes think that I can feel sometime- like air bubbles but I’m only 13 weeks today. Is that too soon?
Dancing Queen Posts: 2591
The professionals say its too early but I have been having flutters since about then, this is my second though and they reckon everything happens a bit sooner on second babbies.. I was questioning myself until the last couple of days when the movements have been undenialble, its deffo the baby :)
ReginaFalange Posts: 10290
thanks Dancing Queen!!
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