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"Oh feeling the baby move must be SO exciting"

Not.

I don't know what it is, but my dd didn't move like this. I'm literally being thrown about with some of these shifts.

It has a talent for moving quickly to the left while pushing down into my right groin area.

Its not painful. Its actually really annoying.

Whine.

We're running out of room.
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Wait a few weeks.

Then it will actually be painful.Click here to enlarge

Isn't it nice to have something to look forward to? And as my friend says,. only third trimester could be miserable enough to make you wish to go into labor!Click here to enlarge
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From about 32 weeks on, dd was VERY painful. That child momboed (SP?) all over my uterus! Still though, even though it hurt, every movement was a relief and kept my paranoia away. Click here to enlarge
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Oh, I'm relieved, sure. But I'm also concerned that this child will not be a great sleeper like its older sister.

Constant. Movement.
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The relief of being kicked in my dislocated pancreas and my much abused bladder is obliterated by the stress of the contractions caused by constant uterine irritation.
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only third trimester could be miserable enough to make you wish to go into labor!Click here to enlarge
Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge I cannot nod vigorously enough with this statement. Click here to enlarge
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Meeting with doulas this week

DH and I are interviewing...

Help me come up with some questions...

We're hopefully laboring at home for as long as possible, using the shower/tub, and then heading to the hospital.

One thing, when we hit the Point of No Return, and the flurry of action starts (putting on gowns, etc.), we're going to ask her to leave so its just DH and I (and the nurses, midwife, etc. Click here to enlarge) when Lump here arrives.

What should we ask, though?
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I am not someone who enjoys being pregnant. I really dislike just about every aspect of it.

However, the baby moving was one thing I didn't mind. Even when it hurt. Being incredibly paranoid, I was constantly convinced the baby was dying, being strangled on the cord. So, every movement reassured me things were fine in there.

Yes, I should probably get therapy. Click here to enlarge
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But I'm also concerned that this child will not be a great sleeper like its older sister.
You are right. Active in the womb = active out of the womb

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The relief of being kicked in my dislocated pancreas and my much abused bladder is obliterated by the stress of the contractions caused by constant uterine irritation.
Say that fast 10 times. Click here to enlarge




Seriously, dd was a CONSTANT (and mostly at night) mover and was sleeping through the night before she was two months old. Meaning, her movement inside didn't imitate life outside of the womb. Click here to enlarge
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You are right. Active in the womb = active out of the womb

Click here to enlarge I keep warning the dads that this kid is going to be hell on wheels. It literally never stops moving--it'll take 20 minute naps here and there, but that's it.

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Seriously, dd was a CONSTANT (and mostly at night) mover and was sleeping through the night before she was two months old. Meaning, her movement inside didn't imitate life outside of the womb. Click here to enlarge
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My DD was exactly the same. All day, all night, constant moving. When she was born I had to wake her up to nurse. Click here to enlarge

She's almost 3 and she still loves to sleep.

I have nothing to say at this time.
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I am not someone who enjoys being pregnant. I really dislike just about every aspect of it.

However, the baby moving was one thing I didn't mind. Even when it hurt. Being incredibly paranoid, I was constantly convinced the baby was dying, being strangled on the cord. So, every movement reassured me things were fine in there.

Yes, I should probably get therapy. Click here to enlarge
Click here to enlarge The part of me will be played by Juniper today.
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Wren, do you know if the baby is a boy or a girl?
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My DD was exactly the same. All day, all night, constant moving. When she was born I had to wake her up to nurse. Click here to enlarge

She's almost 3 and she still loves to sleep.
I'll tell them this story--it'll give them hope. Although I will be slightly peeved if this kid has been keeping ME up since 14wks and then is a great sleeper for them once it's born. Click here to enlarge


Juniper, they didn't want to find out the sex so we don't know (which is driving me batty).

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