My Lil' Monsters 5 kids; 3 angel babies; Surprise, Arizona 4144 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting bia.:" I know :( 5yrs old soon *cry* lol"

Wow 5 already? :shock: She is still a cutie. School soon!

sooletsunwind 1 child; Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1065 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting Captain Spaulding:" <blockquote><b>Quoting sooletsunwind:</b>" let me guess the aunts listened through ... [snip!] ... to hear a baby's heartbeat through the mothers stomach if the fetus is far along enough. It's probably rare, but could happen."


But in OP's case.......i'm thinking it's all bs. When I was full term I had someone try to listen through my tummy but they just heard the ocean. lol

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Captain Spaulding:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting sooletsunwind:</b>" let me guess the aunts listened through ... [snip!] ... to hear a baby's heartbeat through the mothers stomach if the fetus is far along enough. It's probably rare, but could happen."</blockquote>




Show me some factual evidence on this because I'm calling bull shit. Especially considering you say it possible but rare but COULD happen.

MommyofSpartan's 2 kids; North Carolina 234 posts
8th Aug '12

Even if the OP was tragically losing her baby at 34 weeks, HCG would still be positive. Which is why I don't buy the story. People whom even have miscarried get blood drawn til their HCG levels drop back down to normal. I find this post sickening, and very insensitive to any mother on here who may have lost a baby. As for the kicking woman who have had still borns may experience phantom movements. Sort of like when someone has lost a limb but will "feel" pain in it.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting MommyofSpartan's:" Even if the OP was tragically losing her baby at 34 weeks, HCG would still be positive. Which is why ... [snip!] ... have had still borns may experience phantom movements. Sort of like when someone has lost a limb but will "feel" pain in it."


People have have babies period still have "phantom kicks"

MommyofSpartan's 2 kids; North Carolina 234 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting Mrs Corey Hart:" People have have babies period still have "phantom kicks" "


Very true, especially early on. Though I'm 34 weeks tomorrow and not only do I feel kicks I physically see them, which is always good.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting MommyofSpartan's:" Very true, especially early on. Though I'm 34 weeks tomorrow and not only do I feel kicks I physically see them, which is always good."


I'm sorry, but I fail to see what you being pregnant now has to do with phantom kicks...

MommyofSpartan's 2 kids; North Carolina 234 posts
8th Aug '12

I was agreeing with you that people who have babies period still have phantom kicks....If your looking to argue you not going to get that from me. I'll just simply not respond. I'm only upset like many other's were on here about how this post didn't all add up. However if your not trying to argue then I'm sorry for taking your reply negatively.

號Bye Bye BG號 Zhongzheng District, Taiwan 468 posts
8th Aug '12

This makes no sense

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting MommyofSpartan's:" I was agreeing with you that people who have babies period still have phantom kicks....If your looking ... [snip!] ... about how this post didn't all add up. However if your not trying to argue then I'm sorry for taking your reply negatively."


I'm just stating that your pregnancy has nothing to do with what we're talking about. It's irrelevant.

MommyofSpartan's 2 kids; North Carolina 234 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting Mrs Corey Hart:" I'm just stating that your pregnancy has nothing to do with what we're talking about. It's irrelevant. "


Alright then I'm sorry, I felt I was making an example to prove your right. However next time I'll just leave it at very true. I'm sorry if I stepped out of line at all.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting MommyofSpartan's:" Alright then I'm sorry, I felt I was making an example to prove your right. However next time I'll just leave it at very true. I'm sorry if I stepped out of line at all. "


Don't ever apologize to people. It's beneath you.

Captain Spaulding Due August 14; 2 kids; Kansas 1805 posts
8th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs Corey Hart:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Captain Spaulding:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting sooletsunwind:</b>" ... [snip!] ... factual evidence on this because I'm calling bull shit. Especially considering you say it possible but rare but COULD happen."</blockquote>



That's cool.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
8th Aug '12
Quoting Captain Spaulding:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs Corey Hart:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Captain ... [snip!] ... calling bull shit. Especially considering you say it possible but rare but COULD happen."</blockquote> That's cool."


No really.... I'm asking for some factual proof...

Captain Spaulding Due August 14; 2 kids; Kansas 1805 posts
8th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting sooletsunwind:</b>" But in OP's case.......i'm thinking it's all bs. When I was full term I had someone try to listen through my tummy but they just heard the ocean. lol"</blockquote>




Oh, i agree. im sure she is full of bs, I can't exactly remember where I saw that, i think probably thebump.com. I could be pulling it out of my ass. Bahahaaaa.