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    Default Very busy baby!

    Goodness, baby has been kicking me to death today! Over 3 hours just about none stop. Even while i was moving around. She was probably sleeping for the last 2 hours and started now all over again. I am 31+5 should she not start slowing down now?

    Not complaining, I love feeling her move

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    I'm 39+3 today and my girl has been moving pretty much non stop for 3 hours strait too, and that doesn't include the random movements throughout the day too. This one has never really slowed down, the movements have just changed from kicks to rolling movements and stretching

    enjoy!!!

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    Haha..hope she does not go and scare me now with a 3 day nap!!! Lol

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    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious

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    Not generally. I found with my bubs, they slept during pregnancy when I was up and walking around doing things and would wake when I sat or laid still.

    It was explained to me that while I was moving around the baby was kinda being 'rocked' gently to sleep.

    Might not be the same for all babies but this was true for mine :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious
    I think they do based on my boys.

    DS1 was a wriggly worm with power kicks all day & night (and was a terrible sleeper).

    DS2 was quiet inside & out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious
    Not in my (albeit limited) experience. Bub never stopped moving while I was pregnant. Like never! And now at 9 weeks he loves his sleep and has scared me a few times because of how still he can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious
    Same here DS was quite in my stomach & has been a great sleeper since he was born now 2.5, now pregnant with DD & she is constantly awake moving, kicking etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious
    No not realy, well mot with my previous 2. Both been very busy inside and out but they are great sleepers, well when you get them to sleep. I think this bubs move in her sleep too, dreaming and so on or being startled by noises...i must have a noisy gut..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    I wonder..... Do their sleeping habits INSIDE the womb continue outside? Do you ladies know? Just curious
    I guess you could say it sorta does with DD. When inside she was a very active bubs during the day, but not when I was sleeping and even now her day sleeps can be hit and miss, but once she's asleep at night, she's a great sleeper.

    This bubs is mostly active around lunch time, then in the evening (around dinner time) and when I go to bed. She's not as active as her sister though.

    And as for slowing down, DD never really did. She was active my whole pregnancy. She just started to roll more than kick as she ran out of room (and she pretty much had her foot planted firmly in my ribs for the last few weeks. Ouch!)


 

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