I keep getting frequent strange feelings in my stomach like water rippling or a butterflys wing flutter, its really hard to explain do use thimk mayb im feeling the baby. Im 14 weeks 5 days so is ot possiable
It is probably the baby. At this stage usually you have to be sitting or laying really still but it usually feels like a fluttering. This is my second and it is nice to know what to expect with movement.
Sounds like baby to me. This is my second baby and I'm feeling the baby frequently. Sometimes it feels like a bubble or popcorn popping flutters tiny waves.. I always kinda love the tiny feeling that only I can feel. It sounds selfish but its like mommy and bonding time that no one else can interupt lol. This is my last baby so I charish every feeling I get.
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