I know this has been asked before, but I am just curious about when did you feel your baby move with first pregnancy compared to second and others. If you just have had one pregnancy, when did you feel your baby move?
I felt Landen move at about 18 weeks, so I think I should feel this little bean move earlier. Just wondering!
With my first I was around 18-19 weeks. I am now 16w4d pregnant with my second and I am almost positive I have felt he/she mpve a few times the last couple days :) I have been very gassy (TMI) and there is a definite difference with these feelings I've been getting!!
yea my first pregnancy i didnt feel Anthony move till about 16-18 wks
but this time around with Ayden i felt him move extremely early
around 13 weeks !!!! i was doubting it was the baby at first
but i felt them everyday after that and they just got stronger
so i was sure then!
Oh my, I can't really remember when I first felt my firstborn move. I think it was 18 weeks. And I felt this little one's flutters around week 13-14 on and off. Movements were NOT consistent at all until week 24 and then it wasn't until week 27-28 that I could feel her body almost all the time.
With DD I think I was about 20 weeks, then with DS I think I felt him around 16 weeks. I am 15w2d today, and I thought earlier I may have felt some first movements, but I'm not sure yet... I keep waiting to feel more so I know LOL!
I'm 11w2d and I felt some fluttering in my lower stomach last night. I've never felt this before(actually I felt it the night before too but not before that) and I just read online that some women can feel the baby moving as early as 10w.
I felt my baby move at 20weeks I was very paranoid cause I read most people do at 17-18 weeks but each pregnancy is different so I guess even though it is easier said than done we just gotta be patient.
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