I am pregnant with my 3rd and with my first two at some point I got worried because I wasnt feeling them move as much. The Doc always told me to drink juice and lay on my left side so Im gonna say it was the juice he/she loved it LOL
Lol its pretty amazing...I can't believe how much stronger her kicks are, I feel them all over my belly...its so cute!!! :D I don't get morning sickness,anymore and heart burn is rare so I brought on the OJ for the first time in a long time...will it cause any harm to her?
With my first, i drank a route 44 hi c fruit punch with watermelon before my gender reveal ultrasound. Poor child was literally bouncing off the walls in my uterus! Lol you could watch her butt bounce and see her go from no space between her butt and my uterus to there being a big gap between her butt and my uterus. Lol.
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