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#1 of 7 Old 02-11-2010, 06:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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He/she has suddenly become VERY active! I feel like the baby has been doing summersaults all day long for the past two days. I'll be 21 weeks on Saturday. Is anyone else growing a bruiser?

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I'm apparently growing a family of spiders. At least that's what it feels like. It's creepy.

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My babe is constantly moving as well. I'm only 18 weeks, so it's not super powerful yet. Ds was/is the same way, so it seems normal to me. I started feeling movement with both of them right around 12 weeks. I'm always surprised when I have pregnant friends who will try to get their baby to move so someone can feel. My babies never stop!

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Still not feeling much here. I'm 18 weeks. Silly anterior placenta

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I'm apparently growing a family of spiders. At least that's what it feels like. It's creepy.

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Still not feeling much here. I'm 18 weeks. Silly anterior placenta
I have an anterior placenta too, and at 19 weeks I'm not feeling much. A couple of nights ago I was watching my daughter at her swim team practice, and felt some good movements, but nada since then. My last pregnancy ended in miscarriage, and I would really love the assurance that movement brings.

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Ya! I'm 20.5 weeks with a really active baby, DD was ridiculously active too. Just last night i had a couple kicks that we could see through my t-shirt and sweater and they *almost* hurt. If someone on the outside poked me that hard i'd yell at them hahah. And for about a week the movements have been waking me up at night too
But really... i love it

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