Anyway, here's a simple question for you knowledgeable ladies... I feel lots of little movements - like hands - very low down, which seems to be a good sign. Also, when my baby gets the hiccoughs, I feel this very low. I think (?) when my (breech) son had hiccoughs they were higher, but I can't remember for sure now. I definitely feel butt or something hard (hopefully not head) high up in about the same spot that I felt my son's head last time around. I get some large kicks but almost never above my belly button. Maybe baby's legs are bent around up by its chin?
In any case, do these observations seem consistent with a head-down baby? Or should I continue to bite my nails for another couple weeks?
Mom to James ( 5/2006), Claire ( 6/2008), furry kitties Calvin and Bob, and wife to Dennis.
Tracey R. Happy Helpmeet to Jeff, and Mama to Corey (ds, 22yo), Justin (ds, 20yo), Bekah (dd, 3yo), and Miah (Jeremiah, ds, 17mo), and baby Rachel, vasa previa survivor, 4 wks old.
But I agree--it's too early to worry in any event, and spinning babies site would be the place to go.
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