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    DD was super active on the inside. So much so that I was concerned and talked to my midwife about it. It felt like she was trying to kick her way out!!! She's still really active. She never ever stops moving. She sleeps ok, but has started commando crawling at 5.5 months and has been rolling in her sleep since about 3.5 or 4 months. I'm terrified of her learning to walk! I feel like she is going to be a handful!!

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    Both my babies were very active in the womb. Both were boys. Both still very active. The only time they stop is when they are asleep! My oldest was a good sleeper from early on, my youngest was a terrible sleeper until we went to sleep school when he was 1.

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    My personal experience: DD extremely active in the womb, day and night. On the outside, a very active baby! My sister says the same about her DD.

    Good luck with the rest of the pregnancy!

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    My DS2 was incredibly active before he was born, but once out very lazy! And relaxed- sleeping through very early. He's only just started walking at 19 months.

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