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I wasn't sure for the longest time when I was expecting DD. I'd feel little taps here and there but I didn't know if it was her. It wasn't until I had the big u/s at 20 weeks when I felt her move AND saw it. It was magic!
You'll feel your LO soon enough, and even figure out his or her schedule. DD was always active around 11 AM (lunch time), 3 PM (driving home from work), 7 PM (after dinner watching TV), and 11 PM (getting into bed). Those times happened to coincide when I was resting.
When I was pregnant with my first, I didn't feel anything until 21 weeks. Then it went from a couple times to all the time. It will happen soon!!