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  • lynn012 lynn012's Avatar 06-25-09 | 10:31 AM
  • I was just curious as to when you ladies first felt the babies move.

    I am 18 weeks 2 days today, and I have felt flutters here and there, but Im not sure as to if its what that is or not..

    Any insight
     
  • Keepers Keepers's Avatar 06-25-09 | 10:38 AM
  • Is this your first baby? 18 weeks is a good time to start feeling your little one. It will start off like a little flutter. Almost like a butterfly in your belly and it will eventualy get stronger. Congrats!
Thank you Keepers!
lynn012 (06-29-09)
  • lynn012 lynn012's Avatar 06-25-09 | 04:56 PM
  • No..

    This is my second baby.. my first son is now 11, so as you can tell, its been awhile for me!

    I was just curious as to when you ladies felt the movements

    Lynn
  • Mark'sbabygirl Mark'sbabygirl's Avatar 06-25-09 | 11:50 PM
  • I felt the first flutters at about 18 weeks- and then much stronger actual kicks after about 20. You are right there! As I am sure you remember that is such a wonderful feeling!
Thank you Mark'sbabygirl!
lynn012 (06-29-09)
  • Jenniferl1980 06-26-09 | 12:41 AM
  • I have felt movement as early as 16 weeks . The more pregnancies you have the sooner you can recognize movement. Good Luck
     
Thank you Jenniferl1980!
lynn012 (06-29-09)

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