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The Insider's Guide to Baby Movement

By Rebekah Kuschmider |

Without a doubt, baby movement is the most fun part of pregnancy. Those little flutters and twitches are such a nice reminder of the little person-to-be you have growing inside you. And they can provide a sneak preview into your baby’s personality. My active-in-utero first baby is now an active-everywhere 4 year old! I have a feeling this baby is going to be just as active if the array – and quantity – of movements I’m feeling are any indication.

Just for fun, I’ve attempted to categorize and describe the different things I’ve been feeling from my baby. What does your baby’s movement feel like?

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The Insider's Guide to Baby Movement

Flutters

The first kind of movements you feel. Like having a tiny butterfly flitting about inside you! Tickly! Pleasant!
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Rebekah Kuschmider is a writer and mother with an over-developed sense of irreverence, who has socialist tendencies and a blog. She lives with her husband and two kids outside of Washington, DC. You can read her work regularly at Stay At Home Pundit and The Broad Side. Her work has also been seen at Salon, Redbook, and The Huffington Post. Read bio and latest posts → Read Rebekah Kuschmider's latest posts →

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