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The last few nights my little guy has waited until the second I lay down to go to sleep! I love it for a while, but then it actually starts to get a little frustrating! No complaints, though!!! Feeling him move is amazing! Last night DH was watching my tummy bouncing around before we turned out the light and he just kept saying, "there's a little person in there! How did it get there?!?! It's so crazy!!!"
I know what you mean, it happens to me too. It also happens most of the time after I eat aswell. I love this feeling so much, I wish it would never end. I had my husband asking me what it feels like, and I told him all the stuff like tapping from the inside, bubbles, just movement, but when I really thought about it, I thought of something that i thought was the closest possible way to explain it, especially to a male. First of all, (you will only know this if you have ever been fishing before). If you ever been fishing before and put your line in and felt the biting of the fish at the other end, that pulling, taping feeling, well I think that's how it feels like. And when I told my mum, she thought that was probably the best way to explain it. So those of you who have never fished before, maybe you should and you'll see what I mean. LOL!!!
Its a wonderful feeling. I feel so blessed to feel each movement. My son didn't move much so I am enjoying it even more so. Somedays it seems like I feel her all day long. I love it!
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
If you ever been fishing before and put your line in and felt the biting of the fish at the other end, that pulling, taping feeling, well I think that's how it feels like. And when I told my mum, she thought that was probably the best way to explain it. So those of you who have never fished before, maybe you should and you'll see what I mean. LOL!!![/b]
That is a grrreat way to explain it, I never thought about it like that.
My three year old nephew was resting his head on my belly this morning then the baby moved. The look on his face was priceless, I think it actually scared him a lil.