Getting kicked!

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Getting kicked!
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Tue, 11-08-2011 - 6:52pm

Tomorrow is the beginning of week 21.

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Registered: 06-29-2010
Sat, 11-19-2011 - 2:06am
I love it, it's the best feeling, enjoy!!!
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Thu, 11-17-2011 - 7:57am

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Registered: 12-28-2010
Wed, 11-16-2011 - 3:28pm

Yay! I love being able to feel their kicks, it is so exciting,

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Tue, 11-15-2011 - 9:15pm

Yes, the first time I felt the rolling I thought something was wrong so I really paid attention. The best way I can describe it is for you to make a fist, put it on your belly with your folded up fingers touching your belly and slowly lift up your wrist. It feels like that just with a bit more force. LOL, I don't really know of that is Monkey rolling but every time it happens that's what I picture.

I started trying to hear the hb with a stethoscope weeks ago and have yet to hear it. In one of my books it says that even practiced OBs have trouble hearing the hb this way. I might try again, but like you I only hear my hb. Since mine is faint I imagine Monkey's hb would be difficult to hear anyway.


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Tue, 11-15-2011 - 6:39pm

That's awesome that you are feeling movement!

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Tue, 11-15-2011 - 8:01am

Aww, poor DH.

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Registered: 03-25-2010
Mon, 11-14-2011 - 7:10pm

DH is kind of bummed about it. He does like feeling the kicks, but they aren't very strong yet. When he feels something he asks me, "Was that it?" just about every time.

I hope your LO cooperates soon and DH gets to feel some kicking!

It is a strange sensation to feel the roll. It's pressure on one side that moves a little and then it's gone.

Yeah, my mom....plbbt! She has issues and that's too bad. I can't control what she says but I can control how I react.

I thought you'd understand what I was saying. I also start to worry when I don't feel any movement when I wake up and am so relieved when I do shortly after.

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Mon, 11-14-2011 - 9:30am

Your poor DH!

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Sun, 11-13-2011 - 11:05am

Yay for kick-kicks! They tickle me, which of course makes me LOL. DH has felt our LO kicking as well, but lately he seems to be playing with DH. He'll give a strong kick and I'll put DH's hands on my belly only for nothing to happen until DH decides he's waited long enough and removes his hands. Ha, ha. There was one kick last week that made my belly jump out. Pretty neat. I'm also starting to feel him roll, I think. I'm pretty luck though, the placenta is posterior so I get to feel a lot.

My mom made some grumpy comment that I wouldn't be smiling when LO starts hiccuping. Whatever. I won't let her rain on my parade. I'm enjoying every little kick, even the ones that make you think "oww, what are you doing in there?" KWIM?

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Thu, 11-10-2011 - 8:37am

Nicolle - That very well might be.

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