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    Default Should I be concerned...

    ...that I can feel my baby kicking my pelvis and ribs at the same time? How big is this kid?! 😱 lol...

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    Lol! I remember that feeling. If it's all comforting Dd wasn't a particularly big Bub, just long.

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    Hey me too lol pelvis and both left and right side ribs.

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    Yep same here! I am only 32+3 and it feels like she is already full term size!!

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    Totally normal lol

    my circus. ds1 10. ds2 3.2.06 - 24.4.06. ds3 7. dd1 5. ds4 4. dd2 5 months

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    I think some of our babies must be doing jumping jacks in there !

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    My first was folded in half (like the typical picture of a baby in utero). My second had his legs tucked up like a frog - so I'd be feeling head, bum, arms, legs all in 5 different directions while he'd be having a stretch!


 

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