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    My first was about 18 weeks(me and DP could feel it), and with my 2nd I felt my first kick at 15+3 weeks, and DP prob felt it around 16-17 weeks.

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    17 weeks with my first. 15 weeks with this bub. DH felt them around 22 weeks I think.

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    I'm 15 weeks at the moment and have just started feeling flutters but not kicks or anything massive. I can't remember with my first and second think about 20 weeks plus with my first and about 18 or 19 weeks with my second.

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    it's my first bubba and I felt really light flutters at about 18 weeks but but 23 weeks they were little jabs : )

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    With my first i felt her at 16/17 weeks just little flutters, like when ur hungry and ur tummy gurgles. She used to get the hiccups heaps!
    With my second i felt at 18/19 weeks -it was one swift punch and DH can feel the movement now at 20 weeks he/she is doing acrobatics while there is lots of room i presume! I feel most movement when im trying to go to sleep at night but just the last couple days ive felt little kicks thru out the day too. I love it

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    This one is my third and it was 17 weeks on the dot, woke me up at night feeling it move. 18 weeks for my husband to feel it.


 

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