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I just started feeling this the other week! I was'nt sure if it was hiccups at first but I described what I was feeling to others in my DDC and they are all pretty sure baby had hiccups. I feel it every now and again and it is so cute!
My first weight loss goal is to lose 21lbs, which is 10% of my body weight
I feel it at least every other day. Once I figured out what it was, it really helped me in figuring out her position. Now, when she gets the hiccups, it's presses right on my bladder with every hiccup.
I don't remember when I felt Wyatt do it. I do remember not knowing what it was since it was different from his kicking and hitting. I would feel it and then feel him trying to reposition. I thought it was sooo cute. Then when he came out he had the hiccups ALL THE TIME!!!
Kelty, I was thinking the same thing the other day.
It's just been so long since I was pregnant that I can't remember when I started feeling hiccups.
I haven't felt any yet with this one and I will be 28 weeks on Saturday, I am sure I will start to feel them soon.
I dont' think I've felt hiccups yet. If I have, I just haven't figured it out what it was. I know I don't feel a lot of things that I probably should, probably because of where the placenta is. I am getting more sensitive though, I think because she's getting so much bigger in there.