I think the hardest part about it is that you have to push SUPER hard to really feel things, and that can be a bit scary. I asked my midwife at the last appointment if it can hurt the baby at all..and she said no. Although, I don't think they've done a poll with the little people to verify this. You'll have two round spots..the bum and the head. The head you can actually move without it moving the whole body, while when you move the bum the whole body will move. There will also be a hard connection between the two, which is th spine. Generally the legs are going to be moving more then the arms, but they're going to be folded over at this point, as baby can't stretch out anymore (probably). I have a hard time with the hiccups for identifying myself, but I have an anterior placenta so maybe it's just a bit muffled!