Post # 17
I’m 26 weeks and feel the same. I don’t have much movement. Especially on the weekends. I hope its because I’m always walking around even when I’m home. Thanks @r_hink: for mentioning that. I have people asking if I felt the foot or such and I am almost embarassed to say no. From my last sonogram, it looked like I had a partially anterior placenta. I would love to feel more though. :/ I do wonder if its a personality thing.
Post # 18
Just wanted to update in case anyone else is worried about movements like I was. My son was born 2 weeks ago, completely healthy. His movements while I was pregnant make sense to me now- I wish I didn’t worry so much! Not only did I have an anterior placenta, he was also frank breech with his feet up by his face, which I’m sure affected his movements. He was literally so squished in my belly.. Poor guy!
Also, you ladies were right that it can definitely be a personality thing – he’s such a laid back little guy (so far!) and very easy going. Except when you change his diaper- then he squirms like crazy 🙂
Post # 19
@Blondee: glad to hear all is well for you both!! My guy was in a pike position the last time I saw him on the ultra sound (at about 27/28 weeks)and looked pretty squished, too. Just out curiosity, did you have a c-section or did he finally turn?
Post # 20
@MusicBee76: He never ended up turning. I had a csection 2 days before my due date, and he was still wedged tightly in that position. There’s still plenty of time for your baby to turn, though 🙂 I think only 3% of babies are still breech by time of delivery.