I was feeling the baby move so much and even felt some kicks until this stupid placenta decided to move away from my cervix (which is a good thing), but why did it have to move to an anterior position??? I thought for sure with the traveling this past week and all of the excitement that I would at least feel a little flutter or kick. I have felt absolutely NOTHING and if I didn't have my doppler, I would be freaking out!! I was quietly freaking out on the trip since I didn't have the doppler with me, but I checked on the baby as soon as we got home and she's fine. So no movement must all be from the position of my placenta. I'm so bummed!!! I miss feeling her move, flip, and kick. Has anyone else had an anterior placenta? If so, when did you finally start feeling movement or in my case feel movement again? I know someone had commented on one of my threads about feeling the baby move early even with an aterior placenta, but that is not the case for me at all.