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  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 12-10-08 | 12:42 AM
  • Already fighting it out
     
  • tarziesgirl tarziesgirl's Avatar 12-10-08 | 02:23 AM
  • Yeah, I'm worried about once they're actually out what will happen. I saw a video on AFV where twins were trying to bite each other, with no teeth, because they were fighting over a toy! It was hilarious because one they were toothless, and two they were taking turns trying to bite each other.
  • Larissadawn Larissadawn's Avatar 12-10-08 | 08:40 AM
  • My oldest son had hiccups in the womb like that! But none of my others have been like that. It took me awhile with my first baby to figure out what it actually was. At first I just thought he was musical and kicked to the steady beat!
     
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 12-10-08 | 10:29 AM

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    I bet you were already getting a piano for the next Mozart!
  • lauralkemp lauralkemp's Avatar 12-10-08 | 12:43 PM
  • Baby Joe likes to kick me in my ribs, especially in the morning. He's pretty quiet at night although he has been moving more lately. He does like to dance after dinner so i feel really uncomfortable then. I 'm sure there have been hiccups but nothing steady. DH loves to push on him and make him kick. Don't worry he's gentle.
     

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