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#1 of 10 Old 01-06-2011, 09:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Little bean had hiccups for the first time yesterday.  It was such a neat feeling.  I don't remember having them with my first.  Just thought I would share.


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I don't remember the baby having them much with my first two, but this baby has had them several times. 

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both my boys had them so regualrly... this one haven't had any yet


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My little one has had  them regularly since November. My husband didn't believe me that babies can have hiccups in the womb until one night when he had is hand on my belly and he felt the rhythmic 'bumping" for almost a minute straight...which most definitely could not be confused for kicks or jabs. Lol he had the cutes wide eyed look on his face.  


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Harper gets them all the time. DH has felt them, too. It feels like light twitching below my belly button. Very cute!


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I had heard of people feeling hiccups, I didn't experience this with dd, and was starting to think I wouldn't with this one, but he has been getting the hiccups lately, it is kind of a neat feeling...bump, bump, bump, bump


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DD had hiccups regularly and had them after she was born as well. This one has them almost everyday, actually everynight. I can feel his practice breathing too which is really cool too.


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Dd had them regularly, and she was born with a ton of hair. I don't know if it's true but I heard that somehow hiccups have something to do with the hair growing. lol. This one has them every day too.


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That's interesting about the hair!  It won't take much for this guy to have more hair than his sister (even at 20 months!).  Curious if anyone has felt the babies heartbeat?  Yesterday I think his back was right up against my outer belly and I felt very rhythmic bump, bump, bump, way faster than I would think hiccups would be, but maybe it was practice breathing??


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i dont remember getting them with my first, but this kid gets them just about daily. in fact, its so frequent that when a day has gone by and i havent felt the little rhythmic bumps.. i wonder, "hey.. where are today's hiccups?"


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