But I'll ask anyways, just so I know haha. I feel my baby kick most at night, does this mean my baby will be awake during nights and sleep during the day? I know babies are up every few hours, but my best friend just had a baby and hes usually awake most of the night and sleeps most of the day.
Not necessarily, apparently if your up and moving mostly through out the day the sound of your amniotic fluid swooshing coos your baby to sleep. So you might feel little movement during the day and notice more at night
A lot.of baby's get there days and nights.mixed up. Which *****. Luckily my little Guy just sleeps.a lot LOL. He sleeps a lot during the day and then only wakes up about 2 times in the night usually once at like 1 and then usually at 5:30
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