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Lst night in the car with DF and I just leaned back a little and felt these little fluttery, light feelings in my belly. There were a few in a row and enough for me to be pretty sure they weren't from gas or something else. I couldn't believe it! He said the look on my face was amazing and he couldn't help but to smile as I described what it felt like. We were on cloud 9 all night. Since this is my first PG I wasn't sure if I would even recognize something when I felt it in the beginning but I really did. HOW COOL IS THAT!?!?!?!
That's great. I love his reaction too. DH generally just looks at me patiently while I try to explain and press his hand into my belly to feel. He's patient and he's trying, but it's a little distant of a concept for him. I'll have to wait for the baby-in-his-arms moment to get that special look. Makes me smile just thinking about it.
As a FTM, movement is so incredible. (And, for me, when it is stronger, I little weird too! )
I'll have to wait for the baby-in-his-arms moment to get that special look. Makes me smile just thinking about it.
I had to wait for the baby in his arms for DH to turn to mush. Well technically, baby cut out of me. I even saw tears (a fact he vehemently denies to outsiders, lol). Now even my Mr. Manly husband admits that DD is daddy's little girl.