YAY, he's turned :)

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  1. BellaRiven

    BellaRiven Well-Known Member

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    Riven has been a bit stubborn in turning recently so I decided I would spend the day today walking round a bead fair and I have just got home and he has finally turned he is now head down...........wonder for how long though lol....

    Just thought I would share :)
     
  2. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    Silly question but I haven't a clue how baby is positioned how do you know? X
     
  3. mrz85

    mrz85 Well-Known Member

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    Thats great !
     
  4. BellaRiven

    BellaRiven Well-Known Member

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    Mostly by where I have been feeling him kick :), all his kicks have been low around the knickerline area.

    Today I felt his kicks around just below my ribcage top of my belly, to be honest he is a wriggler so won;t stay there long....
     
  5. lyndsey_28

    lyndsey_28 Well-Known Member

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    :yay:for being head down, lets just hope riven stays there and be's a good boy for mommy :) xx
     
  6. Karate Kid

    Karate Kid Well-Known Member

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    Yay, I know he has time to move around but hopefully he now finds that the most comfortable position to be in and always reverts back! x
     
  7. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    oh right thats what i thought, mine have been quite low past few days with the occaisonal up high, guess i still got plenty of time x
     
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    My LO has still been kicking really low, but this morning she was kicking me on my left side, quite high up. Am now scared that she will decide laying across is her fave position and stay like it lol

    Also, she kicked me quite a few times on my left hand side then pretty much straight away I got some kicks on the right? Are these punches do you think? Chances of hidden twin at this stage are pretty slim aren't they? lol
     
  9. angie84

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    mine for last few weeks dose both kicks down below!! and get a few up by belly button.
     
  10. babyelmo

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    Fab news! I think my little fella has gone head down too, i'm either getting a feeling down low like he's doing jazz hands or big thumps really high up. Lets hope they both stay in the firing position!

    Love the name Riven by the way :)
     
  11. angie84

    angie84 Well-Known Member

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    Is it important that the baby has turned at this stage?
     
  12. BellaRiven

    BellaRiven Well-Known Member

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    Hi Angie, I don;t think so or at least I hope not lol :) xxx
     
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    angie84 Well-Known Member

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    Oh good, was getting worried that she was the wrong way.
     
  14. BellaRiven

    BellaRiven Well-Known Member

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    I know I was panicking too lol :)

    Babyelmo, we love the name too, we had the name picked even before LO was conceived the boys name was the only name we were sure of lol so it's just as well were having a boy :) xxx
     

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