So if any of you reading this now have read my other thread, my fiance and I have been having a stand-off with our OB on the due date for our first-born. I was sitting here, bored out of my mind, and thought to pass some time I'd again look into the inaccuracy of ultrasound dating. So I came across this page:
And half-way down I read something interesting. Women typically feel the fetus first move between 16-20 weeks, and some believe that the baby will arrive 5 months after that. Sometime in November was when I felt him move, and if I count 5 months after that, we wind up in April. According to our calculations, our son will most likely arrive at any point early-late April anyway. Real early May if he passes 42 weeks.
Obviously, he hasn't arrived yet. But I was wondering for those of you who have given birth, if you think back to when you felt your precious one move, does this calculation fit in with when he/she/they arrived?