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Your ribs won't really start changing until the baby starts pushing all your organs up into the ribcage. For now, the baby is so small and down near your pubic bone. The fundus (the top of the uterus) won't reach above your pubic bone until around 8w, and will reach your belly button around 20w
Here's a chart: http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/human_reprod/mml/hrmaternal_L06.html
some cramping is normal.
I tease my husband that I need to go on bedrest. Because when I am up walking for a while I cramp alot more than when Im sitting or laying down with my feet up. :-)