I felt my first DD moving pretty earlier than some mothers (16weeks according to my pregnancy journal). And with my second DD just a little sooner (15 weeks). But I swear it feels like I can feel the baby moving already but I'm not even 11 weeks yet. It really does feel like the fluttering sensation I remember with my DDs. Is it really possible to feel so early on?? I am a rather petite person but I just didn't think you could feel the baby move before 13 weeks...
Sarah born 04/03/02 , Ashley born 03/13/04, Rigel born 09/10/11
At 10 weeks the baby is about the size of a lipstick tube and able to move well... so you never know! I think it's possible. Many people I know said they feel the baby weeks earlier with future pregnancies because they know what to watch for.
It was few and far between, but I felt mine around 9 or 10 weeks at first. Usually in the middle of the night when I would wake up. Although it's not until this week (about 17 weeks) that I am feeling the baby move regularly.
Amanda, DW to Drew, mom to Ella, 7, Gardner, 2, homesteading on the edge of the continent on the Lost Coast.
California Homesteading, http://eastmillcreek.blogspot.com
this pregnancy i def felt little thumps here and there beginning at 10 weeks.. of course everyone told me that it was pretty much impossible.. my midwife was a little less negative.. she said it was possible, but unlikely.. whatev. i know what i felt.. my girl is strong!
Its a GIRL!!!!
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