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Im 12wks0d, baby measured 12w4d, 153 h/b, nasal bone, both legs, both arms and hands, perfect brain, bladder, stomache........and the NT was good at 1.8. Should have results on the blood next week. Baby was very active, and the placenta is anterior......BOOO! Might have a hard time feeling this little one. My 9yr old dd was anterior, and that's how I was introduced to the doppler, lol. I NEVER felt her, hardly at all the whole pregnancy. I have felt little movements already, so hoping that he/she just gets stronger to punch through the placenta! SCH is still present, but very small. about 1cm. I started weaning on the prometrium today as well.
momma of 8 beautiful children now. Most recent is Jerry Jr. born 11/19/12 at 37wk, 7lbs 6oz and 19.5inches and Baby Reymundo born 10/7/13 at 35w6d, 6lbs 7oz, 19.5 inches. Momma of 5 angels. New siggy to come!
I have an anterior placenta and it did take me longer to feel like actual kicks like 22 weeks ish but starting at like 24+ I have felt her so good... And now can actually see her little foot or bum poke out. Her movements even hurt me sometimes. So I think it just takes longer when their tiny.
Congrats! Those are some really cute pics! Glad everything is measuring well!
Forever missing my 3 angel babies. Sep 2010, Nov 2010, Jan 2011
I can't believe you are 12 weeks already. Like Courtney said times flies by when it is someone else pregnancy. It really sucked not being able to feel Cody move. A lot of the time I had to lay my hand on my stomach or side to feel him move. The Doppler was my best friend. He hated it so he would kick me super hard if I used it.
Oh, Lori, those pics are awesome! I had a double anterior placenta with the twins that was almost totally on Greyson's side. It was hard to feel him at first, but as he got stronger he made himself known. I hope your little one can hang out toward the sides for you until he/she gets strong enough to feel kicks through the placenta!