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Oh yes, get used to it sweet girl because it doesn't get any better! Babies in the womb are on opposite schedules than us! As you get further along you will notice patterns, I can't remember if it's every 30 minutes or ever 60 minutes where they will sleep and wake, sleep and wake. Which means -- no movement then tons of movement over and over again! That will happen during the day AND at night. Be prepared to lose sleep even before baby gets here (one of those nice little things about pregnancy everyone forgets to mention!)
Yep, my baby does the same! I am quite often up late at night/early morning because I find it hard to sleep sometimes without DH by my side. My baby girl is very active around midnight - 2:00 a.m. Probably after that as well but I usually fall asleep by then!
Tiffany, I do the same thing to my DH every chance I get!
I had always heard that the movement of you walking around kinda lulls baby to sleep and then when you are sitting or standing still the baby will wake up. Don't know how much truth is to that, but it seems like that is always how it works out
Declan is the most active when I first wake up and when I go to bed. Dh had his hands on my belly the other night when we were falling asleep. After about 15 minutes, he rolled over and said, "I can't fall asleep if I keep feeling him go wild like that." He feels like a little wild man in there
Yeah unfortunately it seems babies enjoy being awake at night, before and after birth My DS was always very active at night and it would sometimes keep me up. Baby girl is much less so.. i'll notice her moving when i wake up in the middle of night but its not strong enough movements to keep me awake. They get much more powerful as you get further along so it does get worse!