DH Has jokes!

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Scilla's picture
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DH Has jokes!

I asked him how it was possible to feel baby way down by my bladder and then again up above my belly button. He giggled real evil like and held his hand up with 2 fingers. :eek: I said no, no no. Cause I've had 3 U/S's so far. What's the odds of TWO being in there? Slim to NONE! He thinks he's ohh so cute though. Seriously though, How can I feel it that low and that high at the same time? Baby isn't that BIG yet!!

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LOL too funny!

I'm about 20 weeks or so, and 20 weeks is canteloupe size, so I suppose it IS possible. Wink

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Maybe the baby's head hitting your bladder, and a foot getting a good stretch in by your belly button. The baby is, according to your ticker, 6.5 crown to rump, so the legs would add another 5 inches or so, I would say, so entirely possible to be hit that "far" apart if the baby is stretched out.

My bub likes to lay sideways, and I can sometimes feel him press hard against one side of my belly one minute, then get kicks on the other side a few seconds later.

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maybe your LO is using your bladder as a trampoline Lol

Scilla's picture
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Probably what it is. It's been so long since I've been pregnant this is all new to me. LOL It's kinda like being preggo for the first time all over again.

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"Maelani" wrote:

Maybe the baby's head hitting your bladder, and a foot getting a good stretch in by your belly button. The baby is, according to your ticker, 6.5 crown to rump, so the legs would add another 5 inches or so, I would say, so entirely possible to be hit that "far" apart if the baby is stretched out.

My bub likes to lay sideways, and I can sometimes feel him press hard against one side of my belly one minute, then get kicks on the other side a few seconds later.

WOAH.... that's the measurement?! I didn't know that!!! I thought it was end to end for that measurement! They're even bigger than I thought. :eek:

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Yeah, CRL stands for Crown to Rump Length... occasionally that ticker will do a full length but it always specifies head to heel (like mine currently is).

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Last pregnancy, my DH was saying at 35 weeks "I wouldn't be surprised if we left the hospital with 2 babies." and I replied with "I don't know whose baby you are planning on stealing, cause there's only one in there!" Lol