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She lovesss my right side and is so high up. I feel like she is right under my boobs. My new nightly adventure is feeling like I have a lump or something stuck in between my lungs. Kind of like that lump you get before you vomit.
I agree with the pp who said it hurts sometimes. It is amazing how strong and big they are getting
It's crazy to hear that everyone is experiencing the exact same thing! My little squirt is also kicking my right ribs, but it doesn't hurt so much as it makes me jump, like the way tapping your knee makes your leg kick. DH chuckles a little bit every time he sees me sort of spasm like that, and then he scolds the little guy to "be nice to Mommy." Weirdly, squirt DOES seem to calm down when DH talks.
And then there's the classic treat-Mommy's-bladder-like-a-punching-bag. Joy.
Country Girl in the City:I did trapeze school a few years ago. I think LO is using my ribs to practice for her first flight.
LOL....I have taken to calling Baby Boy my little monkey because I swear he has his little hands wrapped around the right side of my rib cage swinging from them.
beforesunrise:Totally. I keep joking my LO is having a disco party in my belly. Anyone know if this is a sign of how active a baby he'll be?
I joke around that LO is having a party for one in there -- especially on NYE while I was trying to sleep.
According to my mom, I was a very active fetus -- the dr hadn't encountered a baby that moved as much as I did -- but a normally active child.