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    Hi MrsABC,

    I'm currently 29 weeks with baby #2. noticed that this pregnancy has been very different to my first!

    my daughter was an angel with movement than what this bub is!! he/she is way more active than baby 1! the last 3 and half weeks have been kick central 24/7! very bad when your in the middle of a meeting or in the courtroom (I'm a lawyer) lol..

    hope your well and good luck with the rest of your pregnancy!

    B xx

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    Yep, my DS was crazy active in the womb and still is. Also has always been a terrible sleeper - hope everyone else's busy bubs are better!

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    Yes. DS2 was so active it kept me awake at night, sometimes it was downright painful and I too worried something was wrong. My OB reassured me there is no such thing as too much movement.

    I will warn that nothing changed after he was born. This Bub is never ever still! Wriggles like a worm even when asleep and was sooooo strong even from day 1. We almost dropped him a few times because he would throw himself around suddenly when we held him. He also tries to crawl when on his tummy (and is only 10 weeks old!!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waggers70 View Post
    Yep, my DS was crazy active in the womb and still is. Also has always been a terrible sleeper - hope everyone else's busy bubs are better!
    Busy babies = bad sleepers in this house too.

    DS was worse than DD though. Same with sleep.

    Also, no idea if this has anything to do with.busy-ness but they both hate swaddling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Busy babies = bad sleepers in this house too.

    DS was worse than DD though. Same with sleep.

    Also, no idea if this has anything to do with.busy-ness but they both hate swaddling.
    This is us too! Even the midwives in hospital couldn't keep DS2 swaddled.


 

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