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So, when I was pregnant with Cora, she was always EXTREMELY active when I was taking a shower. Whenever the hot water was hitting my belly she just kicked and wriggled all over.
That was my first clue that something was wrong, and the real reason I went into the Dr. that day. She wasn't moving while I was taking a shower. And then I couldn't GET her to move, no matter how I tried.
Rielle doesn't move at all while I'm showering. When I get out and while I'm getting ready afterwards she goes ALL OVER the place. But while I'm in the shower...nothing.
It took me a while to figure out that difference between them, and it's still almost like reliving that moment every time I shower. But she's really kicking me hard right now, so she's fine. *sigh*
Baths ARE nice. My lower back & hips have been hurting a lot lately so I've been taking them too. Problem is, it's the same thing with baths. With Cora I'd sit in the water and just watch in amazement as my belly moved.
I don't know if Rielle just doesn't like water or if it puts her to sleep...lol...
Aww I am sorry it scares you sweetie. Lots of hugs!
Wife to Brian since October 2004, Mama too:
Jakob (May 12th 2004- Feb. 24th 2009 Had Joubert Syndrome RIP)
2 Baby beans lost
Ava Sept 14th 2007, Beaux Oct 3rd 2012
* Tubal reversal December 17th 2010
Mine doesn't move in the shower or bath, neither did my dd and she loves to take baths--maybe there just to busy enjoying it to move!! Hopefully now that you've realized what was making it upsetting that it will get easier.
Hopefully now that you've realized what was making it upsetting that it will get easier.[/b]
I think it has, actually.
I mentioned it to DH, and was kind of marveling at the fact that they would react so differently to something I didn't realize was THAT MUCH of a stimulus. He said "we'll, they're different people." It made me laugh, I don't know why. I guess because sometimes I still have a hard time realizing I have a person growing inside me...