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Alright...someone please tell me there little one is also overactive!
It was so cute when he first started moving around...now he moves ALL THE TIME and its almost distracting...still cute...just distracting...

How are your little ones getting along in there?
 

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Mine has spurts of crazy gymnastics and then sometims long quiet periods of rest. For a little while after dinner tonight, he was all over the place. I could see ripples and pokes of body parts flying across my belly! DH could see it across the room. My BH get bad when he moves a lot. My belly contorts into all kinds of strange shapes, especially around where the baby is. His feet are in my upper right ribs and that spot gets rock hard all the time!
 

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Mine has spurts of crazy gymnastics and then sometims long quiet periods of rest.
Ditto! Some days baby is very quiet, other days I'm like OMG can I please have a break from all the moving??
It has this fun thing it likes to do where it presses it's butt outward as hard as it can so this huge, baby butt size lump appears on my stomach. It hurts! And it makes it feel like I have a muscle cramp in my stomach!
 

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yep, in the not-so-cute camp much of the time. baby is posterior so the limbs look like s/he is about to fly out of my belly. the other night dh was like, 'you really look you're going to pop. no REALLY, like the baby is going to fly out of your belly.'
that's how it feels too!
 

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i know the feeling though my lo's were always very active, i looved it
even though it was often quite uncomfortable especially when they used my bladder as a pillow and my ribs as a football
they alos to push there feet under my belly button and stetch there legs out it felt like they were trying to escape through my belly button
 

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Originally Posted by babyluvr View Post
yep, in the not-so-cute camp much of the time. baby is posterior so the limbs look like s/he is about to fly out of my belly. the other night dh was like, 'you really look you're going to pop. no REALLY, like the baby is going to fly out of your belly.'
that's how it feels too!
all my lo's were posterior, so know the feeling only too well
 

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I woke up this am with a lopsided belly! There was this huge lump on my left side. I kind of just manuvered the butt towards the middle. I find I get the most movements when I am sitting up or laying on my back, and the least whe I am laying on my right side, so I usually have to sleep on my right side to actually get some sleep!
 

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mine has really slowed down a lot. Most of the movement seems to be in the evening, or in the middle of the night, or right after supper, dh loves to watch the lil' one and it usually is going the biggest right before he leaves for work(he works nights). The other day Luke put a book on my belly and the baby kept knocking it around he thought that was pretty cool.
 

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It is so amazing to think that something that can cause us all this much alarm, still has to grow more.
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I get the typical bum sticking out of my right side, feet on the left side and then the foot in the ribs at times. I love it and I actually worry when it is so still. This little one is active in the morning and at night from after dinner until I go to sleep. Have you ever pictured what it must look like from the inside?

Last night was the wildest it has been in awhile. Now my belly button hurts today. I had so many BH while the baby was using my belly as a trampolene and I am wondering if that is why my stomach muscles hurt. Has anyone else experienced this?
 

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Mine has taken to boxing with my hip bone, or so it feels like, anytime I sit for five mins the olympics begin, maybe I will have so kind of star runner or something in there.
 

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URGH, the spawn refuses to drop, so I'm measuring 41 weeks, and he keeps trying to stretch because he has no room if he won't drop, so whenever he pulls this 'stretching' thing I'm in agony. A couple of times I've gasped at how much it hurts.

The frustrating part is that I know that babies after the first don't always drop until you're in labor, but my others dropped. I'd like to be able to BREATHE again!!!
 
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