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March 16th, 2009, 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by I want a baby View Post
yes- your baby will likely move around a bit more, till you really notice baby drop. you still look plenty high.

To encourage the baby dropping down into your pelvis, as well as proper fetal positioning you can do squats, climb stairs and do lots of chair lunges (bent leg is up on the seat of a chair)
I guess in the picture since I'm wearing gauchos its kinda hard to tell, but I don't really think this baby is going to drop much lower. Being that he is my 3rd, he never sat nearly as high as my previous 2 children. I don't have any pics scanned in from those pregnancies, but I can tell you that the bottom of my baby belly, is not actually my belly - its my pubic area. He is so low right now that it looks like I have pubic hairs growing on my stomach.

Anyway,I'm less concerned with him dropping down into the pelvis...more concerned with getting him to turn anterior. Hope that makes sense.
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