My lazy baby is a night owl!

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  1. SpinSugar

    SpinSugar Well-Known Member

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    I feel very little movement in the day, a wriggle first & last think and maybe a flutter around lunch. Been awake for the last hour and he hasn't stopped! He is obviously a night time baby & may explain why I wake so much in the night for no reason? And have achey ribs in the morning!
    I hope he starts recognising light/ dark soon!

    Xx
     
  2. k8_005

    k8_005 Well-Known Member

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    My baby is too thankful I'm not alone x
     
  3. glowing

    glowing Well-Known Member

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    Mine was active from 8pm til midnight last night, usually busier at night particularly after dinner. Had a little flurry this morning and oh felt lo booting me, I think legs are on my left upper side.
     
  4. mummywanabe

    mummywanabe Well-Known Member

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    Yup my baby moves and wriggles all night long I love those wee legs and feet poking out of my tummy
     
  5. Chezza

    Chezza Well-Known Member

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    My little man was also a night owl...he would come alive between 11pm - 2am and wriggle away!

    Unfortunately, he continued to do the same when he was born...and the first 2 - 2.5 weeks were VERY tiring as he had no idea what night/day was!

    Be prepared for the same and get as much sleep during the day, when you can :) xxx
     
  6. SpinSugar

    SpinSugar Well-Known Member

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    Chezza, that's what I'm thinking. Uh oh! I've not felt a thing since 6 am!

    Xx
     

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