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    Hi,I'm 15weeks and I want to be able to feel bub so does my partner .when did u feel ur baby

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    19 weeks! And it hasn't stopped since! 😳

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    It depends on your size and where placenta is. Always been about 16 weeks for me

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    Faint little flutters around 16/17 weeks and properly by 20 weeks

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    19+2, and then dp could feel him 2 days later! And he doesn't stop now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBetweenTheThorns View Post
    It depends on your size and where placenta is. Always been about 16 weeks for me

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    Same here pretty much all 3 times.

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    Nawww I hope I can feel him\her soon I can't wait

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    For me, 16 weeks with #1 and 14 weeks with #2. DH felt them at about 20 weeks and 17 weeks.

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    This baby, I started getting tiny 'butterflies' around 14 1/2 weeks and DH felt him at 20 weeks. This is our second though and my placenta is not in the way, so a couple factors as to why I felt him so early.

    If it's your first, then it takes a while to feel. Also, if your placenta is in the front it cushions the movements and you won't feel baby for a while.

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    Very light butterfly tickles feeling from 14 weeks but a lot stronger around 22-24 weeks I think it was hmm hard to remember now! She moves so much she dosnt stop ! 2 weeks to go and still moving like crazy every baby is different I've heard a lot slow down at 2 weeks to go but mine hasn't stopped moving especially at night and early morning and especially right after I eat


 

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