Okay movement is good but I am sitting here and the road runner has been running a marathon for a few HOURS...and it got me thinking WHY do they spend so much energy kicking and kicking....what biological benefit is it to kick now...but later when there's little room at the inn they squirm...only to be born and want to be swaddled tight and held close...
I am due in August ...I think that makes me about 18-19 weeks?
In my case since I have been 15 weeks myself and my partner have been feeling flutters inside. Now at 26 weeks she respond and comes to the same spot regularly. She kicks and waits for my partner to tap in response. The rest of the time she is like a hamster on a wheel running constantly at certain times always in a routine.
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