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Old 02-05-2002, 06:31 AM   #1
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kicking--make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

Im such a hormonal nut!lol. A few months ago I was having an anxiety attack because I wasnt feeling any kicking, then it wasnt enough, well, guess what folks???? THE BABY IS KICKING TOOOOO MUCH!!!!! I cant win, honestly. She kicks early in the morning, she kicks late at night, she kicks all day long! I am so in for it when she is born, I just know it. She also kicks hard as heck, all over, even way over in my sides. My stomach jumps around violently. Its almost embarassing. I went to the doctor yesterday, and she remarked on how easy it was to find and keep tabs on the heartbeat for a newly 6-month pregnancy. She remarked that the baby is always "right there to hear and feel". Yesterday, the baby even stuck her butt out, and it felt like it was poking out right under my skin. She is a little nut!!!!!! Hubby thinks it is funny, but of course, hes a guy and he doesnt have to suffer! lol

 
Old 02-05-2002, 06:45 AM   #2
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Re: kicking--make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

Well your not the only hormonal nut. Supposedly, I am at 20 weeks tomorrow however, I'm beginning to question that. I haven't felt enough movement to even be sure that it is the baby. I've been worrying that something is wrong. This is my 3rd time around so you'd think I'd be calmer about it but nope, not me. Gotta have something to worry about. I told my mom the other day I have a feeling it's a girl but that something is going to be wrong with her. Going for my u/s on Friday so I'm hoping that will settle me down. Dh doesn't want to know the sex & I do, so if they are able to tell I won't be able to tell anyone. I wouldn't want him to find out accidently. So I am planning to share it here. I'm happy to hear your baby is giving you a hard time, that means she a healthy girl. BTW, how is the job going or is that a bad subject right now?

 
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Old 02-05-2002, 07:32 AM   #3
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Re: kicking--make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

Job situation has temporarily calmed down, but Im still in a bad position. My hours have not been cut but the threat is still looming over me. My boss is like a criminal-I keep finding out about situations she has been in before, and she always comes out on top, by taking someone else out that she works with. Shes a shady, shady person, and I hope to have the baby and leave the job with my reputation and sanity intact. For now, she thinks I am both oblivious and on her side. Im such a great little actress. Im just covering my rear as well as I can and taking each paycheck offered to me. Thanks for asking. BTW, my best friend was telling me about how her first pregnancy was with a very active baby that kicked all the time, and with her second, the baby barely kicked at all. She was convinced something was wrong with the baby, but she was born fine. It just turns out she is a very mellow (and easy!) child. So maybe you are blessed. Take care.

 
Old 02-05-2002, 08:57 AM   #4
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Re: kicking--make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

Sounds like you have the right idea with regard to your job. Hang in there and look out for #1. I belive what goes around comes around, eventually your boss will get caught.
Thanks for the words of encouragement. Trying to keep a positive attitude. I hope your right, and I'm blessed with with a calm easy going child. With 2 wild boys in the house it would be a nice change. take care.

 
Old 02-05-2002, 10:50 PM   #5
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Re: kicking--make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

What is funny is my son kicked constantly and I wanted it to stop. But after I had him I missed the little familiar kicks. Sick aren't I?? Actually, I found singing or taking a bath or a walk would calm my son down. And those are the same things to this day that he wants when he is fussy. Maybe if you help her calm down a little you can get some rest before she decides to swing from your ribs by her toes!!! <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/dance.gif">

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