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Felt the baby move for the first time!

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Old 07-19-12, 10:27 PM
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Last weekend, I woke up in the middle of the night, I was tossing and turning a bit and felt the baby for the first time. I wasn't sure if it was indigestion lol, but he kept on kicking. It was moment of "so, this is really happening".
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The first time i felt my baby move i was in so much pain..i felt this big not close to my right ovarie. I tried laying in so many positions to get rid of the pain. Nothing worked. I propped a pillow under my left side and as i pushed on the lump i felt my baby move and could see two lumps instead of one this time. It was about four or five inches just underneath my belly button going horizontally. I was in pain but it was a magical moment.
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