I'm due June 29th with my 3rd baby and have felt movement of some sort. Not strong kicks just lots of squirming around. We started calling this one little worm because of it haha. I think its normal to just feel lighter movement this early..
Due the 27, yes feeling popcorn moves, and swimming. Last week, I was in a awkward position leaning forward and I felt baby kind of kick/nudge/push/knead on the left side for a while. It was awesome! This week I'm feeling same things, randomly. Nothing hard/swift, but movement for sure. My husband can't wait to feel baby move. :-)
I am due June 29th and have not felt any kicks and very few flutters. This is my second child. At the ultrasound they determined that the baby was behind the placenta and therefore I will not feel much until SHE gets stronger. She was definitely kicking away during the ultrasound though. I just wish I could feel it.
Im due 14 june and have been feeling lots of kicks and movement for the past 6 weeks, they get stronger every week. I can even see them very clearly, however i am very slim. Its very cool watching my tummy involentry move ;-)
Due june 26 . Dont worry everyone and every pregnancy is different . But I suggest you tell you doctor . Its not recommended to do kick counts till third trimester but you can start a little early let your doctor know . Try drinking cold water and laying on your side . See if you feel any movement's.
Due date: June 23 - my baby is pretty active. i feel flutters throughout the day and especially at night. sometimes i can see punches/kicks from the outside of my belly.
it is also said that if youre not feeling much movement then it could be your baby doesnt have a lot of room to maneuver inside the womb. you can try changing sitting positions every few minutes to see if theres any action. if not, water or food helps too.
I'm due June 23rd with my first baby and I have felt lots of movement. His kicks he a little stronger too when he hears his dads voice or if I eat fruit haha. Also certain music will make him move more.
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