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BFP #1 7/6/2012, EDD 3/13/2013, Delivered 3/14/2013
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I don't miss it at all. I actually think it's fun to watch him squirm and flail his arms and to think that's what all those movements were when he was still in my belly!!
C 7.16.2008 | L 11.12.2010 | A 3.18.2013
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I had an uneventful pregnancy and there were plenty of times in the last trimester that I was ready to reach in and remove her myself, but last night I did kind of miss my belly, so it's funny you should ask.
I actually was in bed while DH slept last night watching videos of my very pregnant and moving belly. When I was still pregnant, I couldn't even concentrate at work while she moved, but I just look at her now and think, "I can't believe we made her and that she was curled up inside of me." I'm sometimes so intrigued by the entire thing... even though tons of women do this every day and always have.