I am a couple days away from 27 weeks now but she is measuring 5 days above my due date. She was breech but i think she has turned now i feel her kicking more at the top of my stomach where as before i felt her kick at the bottom of my stomach. I still feel her move at the bottom but it's more like her moving not kicking. We will find out when we go for our next sonogram next friday 12/10. I am feeling more pressure below also. I still don't sleep well at night my fiance bought me the body pillow and it helps a little bit but it all depends on if the baby sleeps or not if i sleep. Good Luck & God Bless you all!!
i feel the kicking down low as well.. i think it may be her little head bouncing around or her arms though.. at my last u/s i saw on the screen what i thought previously to be :kicks: but was actually her head bouncing! sounds like your little one is moving into head down position. don't worry too much about it, she still has plenty of time. :)
i ordered a body pillow last night and can't wait to receive it in the mail. i wake up on my back which is so uncomfortable.. and my legs and hips need more support, they feel weird when i am in one position for too long.
I'm using a boppy pillow at night to help me with my acidy heartburn. I feel it less when I sleep propped up. I feel her move alot more below my belly button but every once in a while I'll feel her punch me up top. One time I was driving alone and saw a BMW beatle and said punch buggy and tapped my tummy lightly and she tapped me right back! I think it was a coincidence though because I've tried to get her to react again and she doesn't cooperate.
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