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tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Armpit, of, Ireland 29526 posts
4th May '13

If you think about it, based on where the 'baby' is at 12 weeks... it would be next to impossible to feel movement at the size of it and the location it is at 12 weeks.



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What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
4th May '13
Quoting tinana+2:" If you think about it, based on where the 'baby' is at 12 weeks... it would be next to impossible to feel movement at the size of it and the location it is at 12 weeks. "

If you have nerves in your body then I am pretty sure that it is entirely possible to feel its movement.

Princess Celestia +1 1 child; Tallahassee, Florida 3635 posts
4th May '13

I have felt the baby once... I'm supposed to be 14w4d, but I think I'm a little farther along.

Tara plus 2.5:) Due October 10; 34 kids; Missouri 2770 posts
4th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Let the rain fall:</b>" If you have nerves in your body then I am pretty sure that it is entirely possible to feel its movement."</blockquote>




I think someone is calling everyone a liar.. lol

Elliot Grace (18 weeks) Due September 22; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18152 posts
4th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting tinana+2:</b>" If you think about it, based on where the 'baby' is at 12 weeks... it would be next to impossible to feel movement at the size of it and the location it is at 12 weeks. "</blockquote>




I swear on her life I felt her at the end of 12 weeks

Byeee BG Nassau, BA, Bahamas 5125 posts
4th May '13
Quoting tinana+2:" If you think about it, based on where the 'baby' is at 12 weeks... it would be next to impossible to feel movement at the size of it and the location it is at 12 weeks. "


Can I ask a stupid question? Thanks.
Why is the 36 higher than the 40? Is it because baby is inevitably lower by 40 weeks?

Sari Williamson Due July 6; New Port Richey, Florida 55 posts
4th May '13

Your not crazy it all depends on your body type #pregnancy etc.. significant other and I both felt this our second move around 14 weeks I thought I was crazy too but SO felt it also

user banned Due October 22; 17 kids; Dildo, 4998 posts
4th May '13

I can at 15w but I'm also pretty tiny and this is my second. I didn't feel my first until almost 19w, I think it was like 18w5d

MamaDSx2&SDD Due July 8; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Monroe, Michigan 10013 posts
4th May '13

It is totally possible.
I felt DS2 at 14 weeks and my kids dad felt him on the OUTSIDE by 16-17 weeks because he was shocked cuz he couldn't feel DS1 until i was much farther along (24-25 weeks)

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 5707 posts
4th May '13
Quoting MAMA!!!!!!!!:" It is totally possible. I felt DS2 at 14 weeks and my kids dad felt him on the OUTSIDE by 16-17 weeks because he was shocked cuz he couldn't feel DS1 until i was much farther along (24-25 weeks)"


I think it probably also depends on the baby. Some just move more than others. That first baby i was talking about was doing full out flips at 20 weeks. He was flipping so much that I almost started puking because it screwed with my sense of balance. :) Good times.



I should have added that although i felt the baby real early the first time, i was also hunched over and it was quiet for over an hour. If I had been doing anything else, I probably wouldn't have felt it or realized what was going on. It was very different from gas and much more than a tiny bump or something. It felt like a tiny tornado in my crotch. :) None of my other boys moved anywhere close to as much as he did.

What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Tara plus 2.5:):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Let the rain fall:</b>" If you have nerves in your body then ... [snip!] ... that it is entirely possible to feel its movement."</blockquote> I think someone is calling everyone a liar.. lol"

Nope. I am just busy not being ignorant.

MamaDSx2&SDD Due July 8; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Monroe, Michigan 10013 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Summerfrost:" I think it probably also depends on the baby. Some just move more than others. That first baby i was ... [snip!] ... or something. It felt like a tiny tornado in my crotch. :) None of my other boys moved anywhere close to as much as he did. "


oh yeah..
DS2 moved WAY more than DS1.

bia. 2 kids; ., ., Portugal 71823 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Adriana's Mami♥ +1:" Too early IMO. I felt DD at 17-18 weeks."


No, not too early, I felt my second at 13 weeks.

bia. 2 kids; ., ., Portugal 71823 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Tara plus 2.5:):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Let the rain fall:</b>" If you have nerves in your body then ... [snip!] ... that it is entirely possible to feel its movement."</blockquote> I think someone is calling everyone a liar.. lol"


Seriously..lol.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
4th May '13

I felt my second at 12 weeks. Confirmed by ultrasound. I told the doctor I felt butterflies then she turned on the ultrasound and baby was moving up a storm.