Just wondering how active are your babies ladies? and just wanna knw how often should they kick n punch. my midwife told me to count 10 times a day. but some of my fren told me baby must move in 2/3 hours gap......what about ur babies? hiw often are they miving???
Yer I get breaks of a couple of hours where mine is pretty still but if I poke and prod it will move otherwise mine will move between 10 and 20 times an hour and between 9 and 10 at night its constantly kicks. It's like its trying to get comfy for the night. :)
He's usually super active when I get up in the morning, when I'm about to go to sleep at night, and between 12 - 2am.. but yesterday from 6:30 am - 10:30pm he didn't go longer than 30 minutes without moving.. That's the most active he's ever been (:
thanks ladies..because couples of days ago my baby was quite for almost 5 hours....i was sooooo scared. my midwife suggested me to drink reaaaaaally very cold water. i drank 3 glass of chilled juice n finally he punched me. ...my baby :)
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