Have you found any corrrelation between how active your little one was in the womb and how high-needs/active/hyper/ they were in infancy and beyond?
With my DS, he moved quite a bit but was fairly calm in the womb... slow, gentle movements with the occasional standard kick/punch. Nothing wild..... today he is 16 and is the most easy going,, relaxed, complacent kid on the planet... and was so as an infant as well.... rarely cried, content to sit alone, enjoyed solitude and never demanding or high maintenance. I always thought he just took after me because this is my personality to a tee as well LOL.
Now THIS little peanut I'm currently at 31 1/2 weeks with..... she's a little monkey! Constant, and I mean non-stop almost, huge flips, kicks, frantic and ridiculous kicking 24-7... she's nuts LOL :) I was told by my OB this past appt that hiccups are an indicator of good health and a sign the baby is thriving... this child has at least 6-8 sessions per day if I'm being conservative... which, don't get me wrong, I'm elated that she seems to be healthy as heck!
But am I going to give birth to a little monster?! :) and I mean that in the most affectionate and loving way possible... I've waited 15 years for another baby and 37 years for a little girl, so we are ecstatic beyond belief but this little princess is giving my body a run for its money!
So what has been your experience with this (or lack thereof) and am I nuts?