Its a GIRL! Alyssa Ann 6/29/10 7lbs 5 oz
That being said, my dd#3 had an anterior placenta, which meant that it was at the front of my uterus. I felt a LOT less movement with her pg, and I found that difficult compared to my others. It cushioned the movement a lot. So it could just be that, or your little bean is really still so small that perhaps he/she is snuggled down facing your back.
Cindy, loving wife of 15 years
homeschooling mama to 4 wonderful girls, and 1 boy! praying for #6, sch, due 4/14/2013!
I love feeling movement- it's the only thing that gets me past this all day sickness.
Crunchy Mama to 3 boys '06 and '08 and '10
And a brand new baby born 4/12
Our family is now complete
Its reassuring and never ceases to amaze me what a miracle pregnancy is.
I don't remember feeling my DS move until around 20 weeks, but it's so hard with the first pregnancy because you don't really know what to look/feel for!
With DD i felt her around 15 or 16 weeks, but i was 17 weeks before i was SURE it was her i was feeling.
With this one i think i felt something at 10+5, but it felt like a tiny nudge to me, but as if bub had managed to brace against both uterine walls and shove as hard as it could. I have felt the odd flutter since but TBH because my bowel and uterus overlap i tend ot realise 15 minutes later, when i havent' broken wind (Yeah BIG TMI, but this is a birthing wbsite, right? ) that it was probably the baby i'd felt. I'm looking forward to feeling it more and more from now on
Christina, loving being a Mama to three and serving as a Co-Leader of the Holistic Moms Network, Tri-City Area, CA Chapter.
Alexas , Wife to Bobby , mama to Macie Quinn(6) Emery Pearl (3)and Baby Boy due in July
Mama to my beautiful Ana Carolina (2/07), Isabel Cristina (6/10), and #3 on the way in August 2013!