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What is the earliest you felt your baby move?

was is your first second or third or whatever number pregnancy

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Asked by Anonymous at 2:04 AM on Mar. 16, 2011 in Pregnancy

Answers (11)
  • I felt the first flutters at 14 weeks (my first).

    Answer by musicpisces at 2:05 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • I've had six kids and I was never certain it was a baby kick until about 18 weeks. Sometimes I thought I felt something earlier, but hard to be sure, KWIM?

    Answer by judimary at 2:11 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • 14 weeks. That was with #5.

    Answer by Anonymous at 2:18 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • first kick at about 16 weeks with my first baby.

    Answer by RiaChristine at 2:27 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • about 4mos before i felt it, or realized what it was. (obviously, 1st pregnancy. lol)

    Answer by dullscissors at 3:13 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • Oh gosh I can't remember exactly. My Mom told me what kind of feelings to look for. She said it felt like butterflies or bubbles popping in your belly. It had to have been between 12 and 14 weeks when I first felt DD. That was the COOLEST thing I had ever experienced. I put my hand down there and gently pressed with my fingers and I could feel her moving around in my belly :) I was sooooo amazed.

    Answer by proudmom2510 at 4:21 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • For me it has been after the first two months I would lay on my stomach and i could feel my baby moving around. Then the ultrasound would confrim that yes it is a baby

    Answer by dorotheabrown37 at 7:26 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • my first i felt her around 18 weeks, this one i felt around 12 weeks!! :)

    Answer by Jen.McCarthy88 at 10:36 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • 16 weeks with first daughter and about 14 or 15 weeks with second....was the best feeling!

    Answer by mommyxdos at 11:34 AM on Mar. 16, 2011

  • about14wks

    Answer by BRITTNEYLOVE1 at 12:33 PM on Mar. 16, 2011

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