Ha -- sounds like my first child. And it continues into toddlerhood... sigh...
When I went in to be induced they told me I had to keep her on the monitor for at least 20 minutes every hour... well, I was up all night long trying to move that stupid monitor belt around my belly trying to find her heartbeat because she was constantly flipping and flopping around (who would think that was possible in such a small space!).
I ended up having wrist surgery on BOTH wrists last December because she is soooo squirmy that my wrists just couldn't take it when I would try to hold her or carry her anywhere. I had soft tissue damage to my left wrist (arthroscopic surgery) and tendonitis on the right (which is very common in new mothers).
Believe or not, there ARE times when baby sleeps during the day -- it's just that we're active too, so we notice it less. At night when we're calm, baby seems to move alot because we no longer are. Go figure!