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    Default When did you feel #2 move?

    Just wondering when everyone felt movements with their second baby. I'm 12w5d and for the past few days I've been feeling a few random movements. Am I going crazy? Lol

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    I felt movements from about 12 weeks with dd2, but wasnt sure that's what it was until about 14 weeks.

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    10w ish. I could feel little kicks low in my pelvis booting my pubic bone. It lasted about half an hour then nothing until about 15w.

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    It was early for me also about 11/12 weeks. How exciting! 💕

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    How long after could you feel it from the outside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How long after could you feel it from the outside?
    I think maybe 16-18 weeks, possibly 20?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWarrior View Post
    I think maybe 16-18 weeks, possibly 20?
    About the same here.

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    Eeek! This is exciting!

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    DS2 around 12-13 weeks. Belly baby I've been feeling him since around 10 weeks. Very exciting 😄

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    Around 10 weeks only just started feeling kicks from the outside and I am 18 weeks

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