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Finally, your personal lifestyle can play a part. If you are busy and active all day long, they generally seem to be less noticeable. Also the constant movement rocks the baby to sleep. For people like this, the baby may seem more active at night, when you have slowed down - thus stopped rocking the baby. But also because you have more time to focus on it.
A doula who married a cop & became a mama to 3 boys: G 12/22/00, my rainbow baby B 2/2/07 and L 2/10/10 my CBA2V baby, waiting for my little caboose late February 2013 & always remembering my two angels 2006 & 2012.
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