Glad your getting more movement! Thought comments were more concerned than bashing. Original post didn't mention medical field or specialist care so the ladies were worried. Sometimes its better to treat things w a sense of urgency than a wait-n-see attitude. A few weeks back someone had a stillborn at 38 weeks :( before that she was posting about decreased movement. Heartbreaking
Thanks mommies! Have Blessed days!!
37 weeks ok that's great an you want babe to wait on siblings lol that's good... I hope my daughter gets like your kids she not to happy since it's only been her for the past ten yrs but hey I will see... Goodluck to you also hoping for a easy and speedy delivery for us all...
I am 37+3. My oldest came at 37+2 13 years ago, and my daughter was 4 days early. I do know that they slow down toward the end. I'm trying not to think about the possibility of labor yet, as I don't want to be let down if it doesn't happen. If he comes a little early, great. If he doesn't, then I won't feel let down. I definitely don't want him coming today, as it would break my heart. My older two children are from a previous marriage, and will be with their father from 2 pm today until 11 am tomorrow. They were given my word that I would let them meet their little brother first. I want so badly for their brother to hang on until they can be there right away. It has been my top priority (not including pregnancy obviously) to make my older children a huge part of this, as I wouldn't want them to feel left out. I suppose we don't all know each other, and therefore we can only comment on what we see posted. We don't know everything everyone else on here goes through in their daily lives. I suppose I'm stressed about a few things. It will all turn out alright. I'm ending this string of posts here. Good luck ladies- I really do hope that all of you have happy and healthy pregnancies. Have a good day. :)
Glad your oldest is a big help also lol cause we sure cannot put our heads down there to chat to our bellys lol.. I'm just happy baby still making movements to let you no hey mommy I'm ok in here.. because I find myselfin the same boat at times then I eat sugary stuff or move my belly a little pokes and stuff.. but my baby has many ways to go I just be worried I guess due to these stories on here because I know with my other pregnancy which was ten yrs ago I never felt like this... Sometimes I wish I didnt download this app but at times it helps plus the baby is here stories I love...
Skittles I think you and I were posting at the same time lol. I really was saying Thankyou for your second post, as it really was the kind of encouragement I was looking for. I know a lot of women have had the unfortunate experiences of posting heartbreaking stories on here, and I understand. Honestly, I know people mean well. Sometimes things come off the wrong way I suppose.
Don't get offended dear.they all wish good for u. N reduction in fetal movement is normal towards the end as they are cramped for space. Don't worry. N work on ur instincts. A mother knows Wats best for her kid.if u feel slight movements I guess its fine. Even I get freaked out at times due to reduce movements. But trust ur doc. N stay alert for any wiered signs. Cheer up. N relax
I personally wasnt bashing you. I'm a woman that's had 3 miscarriages so I take any concerns seriously. I guess you only wanted to hear certain things, but I was giving you encouragement to go see about your baby if it concerned you enough to write a post. No offense was meant. Best wishes to you.
How far along are you? As I said in a prior post maybe baby getting ready for his or her debut in the world or it's less room... Yes I no I got a little sensitive but you know how us ladies can get when it comes to our babies or even ones where concerned about..
I'm gonna act like I didn't read all your post due to the responses I made after my first ima wait on your new one... Oh yea and I'm in
the medical field also.. but that's neither here nor there.. I'm just gonna wait on your new response..
Thankyou for the 2nd comment, Skittles...I think that was more of the type of encouragement I was looking for. I have already gotten the ice water before I read that lol. And my oldest has been talking to his brother this morning trying to get a reaction...the baby seems to love listening to him. He moved twice. Like I said- sporadic movement...just slowed down quite a lot...not no movement at all.
Wow...words of encouragement were requested...not bashing me. Thanks ladies. No wonder people get so upset over the posts on here. This is my third child, I work in the medical field, and I'm not an idiot. If I felt no movement at all for a day, I would call and/or go in. My doctor said not to worry and he is a specialist for the things I have been dealing with- hence why I was trying to remain calm. Not freak out. Guess I shouldn't have wasted my time posting considering the negative responses. Just wanted some words of encouragement...maybe from other moms experiencing the "slow down" toward the end of pregnancy. Wow.
But be positive and wish for the best I don't know how far along you are but maybe it's less room to move or baby getting rest to make his or her debut in the world... Drink something cold an sweet on the way to the doctor or eat ice cream something sugary..
And love I'm not trying to be hard on you I'm just very concerned that's all sorry if I was so blunt about the situation.. it's just that these stories on here effect me to I find myself crying a lot for these women on here...
Exactly what the girl above said.. I don't care if I went 100 times and called 1000 I want to know if my child is ok... Why if in two days you waiting you should have been at the hospital forget an appointment what's the hold up don't you read the horror stories on here please love I don't want that to be your story if I was you I would get my hiney up now and go to a hospital...
Whether it ends up being "unnecessary" or not, go get checked! Why risk it when your baby may be in distress. If I had to go everyday I thought something "may" be wrong I'd go because I'd rather be safe than sorry.