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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    FTM, I can't get enough of seeing photos of Vale. She's adorable.
    Naww thanks Lil Smurfy
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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    Just popping in to let you know bub's scan results were perfect. 19 weeks today, measuring on track. Echocardiogram showed no signs of any abnormalities, cardiologist was very happy. Have to have another echocardiogram done when bubs is a couple of months old. So relieved. Didnt find out the sex though
    That's the best news ever congratulations ox


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    rainbow: I have anterior placenta and didn't feel bub until 22 or 23 weeks but I have added padding as well (am a little overweight) Mind you once movement started it went from barely noticeable to DP feeling it and me seeing my belly move within 24hrs.

    Lil Smurfy: Hope your scan and obs appt go well tomorrow.

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    Yes totally agree with Toni! Adorable little girl you have FTM. I cannot wait to meet my little girl.

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    Rainbow - I too have an anterior placenta. I felt muscle twitch type sensations at around 18 weeks & felt definite kicks around 21/22 weeks and now they are undeniable

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    Rainbow I felt bubs at about 19weeks but proper kicks from about week 21. Also have anterior placenta. Now the little thing does not stop squirming...

    Good luck for tomorrow Lil Smurfy, hope bubs has grown.

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    Maybee I am glad I am not the only one with a bub that doesn't stop squirming, I thought they were supposed to move less by now!

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    Okay good! So 16 weeks is still early

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Naww thanks Lil Smurfy
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    So gorgeous!! Thanks for the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Okay good! So 16 weeks is still early
    Yep, my friend who has a little more padding than me and anterior placenta didn't feel her son until 28w and then she rarely felt him throughout pregnancy, it all just depends I think.


 

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