Yes - is def poss - whether or not you can feel the baby move early on depends on where the placenta is I think. Have 3 dc and I felt the 2nd from about 14 weeks but the 1st and 3rd not til past 20 weeks due to position of placenta.
Yep! I remember having two ice lattes one afternoon when I was about 14 weeks, I'd hardly had any caffeine up until then as it had made me feel so sick, and after that I definitely felt some flutterings. Congrats and enjoy - I bet you get your first little kick soon!
I am pregnant with my first and felt him move from 15 weeks. As others say it depends where the placenta is. Mine is at the top and back so easy to feel him move. I think feeling them move is the best feeling in the world, although I am only 24 weeks no doubt I will soon find it hurts when he really starting to jab his elbows in!
Of course you can Frilly! <waves frantically at Frilly>
I felt DS at 16.5 weeks, and like you -noticed the first movements while I was sitting rather than lying. It was another good 4-5 days before I could feel him while lying on my back. He is a right wriggler, I feel no less than 30 movements a day now, and haven't gone a single day without feeling one by the time I could feel them!
Yes definitely! I'm pregnant with my first and felt it move from week 14! It was a very definite rolling/flipping movement so I was 99.9% sure that was the baby. As my pregnancy has progressed (I am not in my 19th week) the movements have continued but just feel stronger and more frequent
Yes, you can feel it. Most women experience it in their 16 weeks. I have one baby girl. I conceived after two years of marriage. I also felt her first movement in 15th week. She is so active baby. Now she is one year old. She learnt every thing so quickly. I was felt the movement like kicking the ball. It was so sweet. Mostly at midnight, movement was faster than day time. I heard by someone that girls move quickly as compared to boys. I believe it is right. I was so exciting when I felt the movement. Every day I told my hubby the state. Good luck for you.
Yes absolutely. Position, and the baby's activity level - not innate maternal sense-, all important - felt DS at 14 weeks and realised was no earth mother when still wasn't feeling DC2 at 22 weeks! Ha ha