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I just startled my baby!

post #1 of 12
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Sorry Sweetie!! LOL The baby just started with hiccups a few minutes ago. I often rub or pat my tummy while they are going. (Just from patting DS so much when he had them!) Anyway I patted my tummy and got a HUGE jumpy feeling inside - like I'd startled her! Poor thing wasn't expecting that I guess!
post #2 of 12
I farted last week and scared the baby.
post #3 of 12
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I farted last week and scared the baby.
: yep, that happened to me last week, too!
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I farted last week and scared the baby.
post #5 of 12
when my son wakes up in the middle of the night with a bad dream, it also wakes up the baby, first my son yells and then the baby jumps!
post #6 of 12
lol once I was in the tub and was about to get out, and pulling the drain up made my baby startle, it was so funny
post #7 of 12
this poor baby girl has a fit when mommy does dishes. I'm not to careful about puting pots away. :
post #8 of 12
This one is a sensitive one too. I have startled baby many times! With ds2's pg I had a co-worker that liked to sneak up behind me and scare me all the time. Ds would jump too and he startled easily for his first year. My co-worker thought that was funny! :
post #9 of 12
My husband scared me by yelling my name when I was upstairs. He wanted me to come down and get the phone, but the way he yelled it, I thought he was hurt or dying. I ran downstairs and into the bedroom, and he was fine but for the next hour or so, Baby wouldn't stop jumping around because of all that adrenaline!
post #10 of 12
This is so funny because this baby is WAY more sensitive than my first was. He never startled at anything and this one jumps if my stomach makes a noise. Funny I'm not the only one.
post #11 of 12
mine jumps when dh coughs: since he's getting over a cold and coughs a lot you can imagine how little sleep i'm getting...
post #12 of 12
Mine doesn't startle easily but seems to have a sixth sense about when dd stirs during the night. Once my dh gets dd settle, I'm usually laying there for awhile waiting for this one to settle back down.
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