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    Default How far along were you when you felt baby kick for the first time?

    Sorry in advance, i know recently there was a thread on this, but i can't find it!! lol. so im being a pain in the butt and asking the question again.

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    Hi first bub about 16 weeks.. Second bub about the same maybe a week longer. Hope this helps

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    Flutters around 15 weeks, pokes only I could feel at 18 weeks then big kicks that DH could feel on the outside at 21 weeks

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    First bub 14 weeks but DH couldn't feel from outside until around 18 I *think*. It depends on mummas size and also where your placenta is situated too.

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    About 17 weeks for certain. A bit before maybe, was unsure

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    First bub 14 weeks...not kicks as such but little butterfly flutters

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    First bub 16 weeks, second 12 weeks- I'm now 18 weeks and DH can feel them too.

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    16 weeks for me

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