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anyone else felt their second baby move this early??

(16 Posts)
mumt1 Sun 09-Oct-11 18:26:06

So I'm 11 weeks, and last nyt at work I suddenly felt a little niggle. Made me freeze n thought omg was tht wat I think it was, I work in a pub with a very loud band playing. Then I come home laid in bed, trying to go to sleep, more niggles, I new what I was feeling. My baby moving. I am slim anyway, size 6-8 (was anyway lol) iv gone up to a 8-10 with a little bump already. Anyways, just sat chilling reading a magazine five mins ago, n wiggle n flutters again. Could I be imagining it even when I'm not thinking of it? X

Hotpotpie Sun 09-Oct-11 18:32:18

smile sounds amazing!

SjuperWereWolef Sun 09-Oct-11 18:35:45

i felt dd at 13 weeks and with this, my second pg, i felt ds at 11 weeks - heaven on earth smile enjoy it.

btw, size doesnt matter - babies will make themselves known in an 8 or an 18 grin

mumt1 Sun 09-Oct-11 18:53:38

Yay thought I was going insane! Not had my dating scan yet but by LMP I'm 11 weeks 5 days.

ZhenXiang Sun 09-Oct-11 19:02:15

Yep I am 20 weeks and felt this one move at 10 weeks (not kicking more a pushing/rotating feeling and no it definitely wasn't wind smile). With DD who was my first I felt her move at 13 weeks.

Oeisha Sun 09-Oct-11 19:17:36

DC1. Felt poppings (like bursting bubble gum) at 12wks. Songrapher confirmed it was LO bashing about when I could tell her the location LO was bashing (despite EVERYONE's scepticism). Don't see why you couldn't feel it at 11wks. I'm what I would classify as 'short and overweight', so, well, it's not just you slimuns that get it early!

shushpenfold Sun 09-Oct-11 19:19:25

Yup -with my dd1 and dd2. Didn't feel ds (ist baby) til 22 weeks though!

AlpinePony Sun 09-Oct-11 19:26:26

I felt my second at 12 weeks exactly, I was driving and the feeling is quite distinct.

I am not slim and I have an anterior placenta.

Grumpla Sun 09-Oct-11 19:29:28

Yes, with both pgs (except everyone thought I was bonkers the first time!)

mumt1 Sun 09-Oct-11 19:41:10

Oh yay, I literally thought I was being so stupid. Aww cnt wait to have nice bath n bed n feel it wiggle. Tend to feel it when I'm relaxing. Will mention it to my sonographer on tuesday

mumt1 Sun 09-Oct-11 19:48:36

Oh yay, I literally thought I was being so stupid. Aww cnt wait to have nice bath n bed n feel it wiggle. Tend to feel it when I'm relaxing. Will mention it to my sonographer on tuesday

QueenOfFeckingEverything Sun 09-Oct-11 19:50:41

Yep, I felt my second from 11 weeks or so. I wasn't sure if it was the baby at first but then at my 12 week scan I saw the baby move and felt it at the same time smile

bushymcbush Sun 09-Oct-11 20:01:30

Oooh now I'm 13 weeks (2nd baby) tomorrow and I felt a very distinctive movement about a week ago. I wrote it off as something else as it was so early. Also been feeling flutterings since.

The one thing that makes me think it might not be baby (apart from how early it is) is that the movements feel quite high in my abdomen, whereas I thought baby would be still quite low down.

Still not convinced! Hope it is baby though!

LittleWhiteWereWolf Sun 09-Oct-11 20:41:57

I'm 15 weeks with DC2 and am sure I've been feeling the odd wiggle or flutter since about 12 weeks. I'm not convinced, purely because I've had some losses this year and I still can't quite believe I'm this far along at all, but its nice to feel and wonder.

anniroc Sun 09-Oct-11 20:54:42

Ooh so glad I came across this discussion, as I wanted to ask the same thing! I'm currently 16wks and have felt tickley flutters from 12 weeks. Felt DS move from around 20wks, but I know you feel baby earlier the second time so I guess this is it!

whackamole Sun 09-Oct-11 21:00:43

No. I was over 20 weeks.

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