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When!!! V & E's Mom! 2 kids; Stockton, California 4782 posts
17th Oct '12

Will I feel my daughter more regularly? Lol



I know that everyone is different. This is baby number 2. I have an anterior placenta (again) but I never felt my daughter move so feeling movement is new to me! I feel her (on average) 1 time every 2 days.



Oh and I'm 19 weeks 4 days. :) I know everyone is different but I'm getting excited feeling her :D

That Girl. 2 kids; Florida 4109 posts
17th Oct '12

Well with my son I had anterior and started feeling him more often for sure around 22 weeks.

This pregnancy I have a posterier placenta and can feel every slight movemet.

V & E's Mom! 2 kids; Stockton, California 4782 posts
17th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *MommyLove*:</b>" Well with my son I had anterior and started feeling him more often for sure around 22 weeks. This pregnancy I have a posterier placenta and can feel every slight movemet."</blockquote>




I was hoping I'd have a posterior placenta this time so I can actually experience movement. :(



So 22 weeks ish? That's forever :( lol I guess I'll wait! :(

That Girl. 2 kids; Florida 4109 posts
17th Oct '12

I mean i felt movement before then id say about 8-13 times that day but once i got past 20 weeks they became strong, and dh could then feel them.

V & E's Mom! 2 kids; Stockton, California 4782 posts
17th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *MommyLove*:</b>" I mean i felt movement before then id say about 8-13 times that day but once i got past 20 weeks they became strong, and dh could then feel them."</blockquote>




Wtf is wrong with my placenta's then :(



Like I said. With my daughter I NEVER felt any movement.
With this one. It's like... 1 time every other day. But so far on every ultrasound she's remained pretty much still? Maybe she's just super lazy :/

That Girl. 2 kids; Florida 4109 posts
17th Oct '12

Well he/she could just be shy. On my ultrasound ds would be still! hide his face, but spread his legs!