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I have an anterior placenta (I have complained about this often) so feeling him move has been a test on my patience. I didn't even start feeling him kick daily until like last week and even then it wasn't often!
Then today I was laying in bed and OMG it was crazy. Little pops I was feeling on the outside!! Later in the day I had DS come feel and sure enough THREE times he felt him! And instead of feeling him only a few times during the day, I have felt him on an off all day. What a difference a DAY can make!
^ It means our placenta implanted on the front of our uterus. Most peoples placentas are in the back of the uterus. So we will have a harder time feeling baby at first because the placenta is blocking some of the kicking movement.