Waking You With Kicks Is This Normal

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myhusband2catsandbaby - February 22

I am 22 weeks and this is the strangest thing but for the last two days my baby has kicked so hard and rigorously it has actually woke me up and then keeps me from falling back to sleep. Has this happened to anyone else?

 

kimberly - February 22

It certainly has happened to me. Not with this baby yet b/c I am only 13 weeks but, especially with my first. He was very active in the womb and I couldn't sleep half the time either. This is common I think. Try changing positions alot, sometimes this worked for me. I think they pick night time to do this b/c they are rocked to sleep during the day by our moving around, and they wake at night when we are still.

 

sarahd - February 22

This just happened last night! I woke up about 6 times feeling baby bumping away quite vigorously. (I'm 25w4d)

 

pueppschen - February 22

sometimes i sleep through it, but yes, our baby tries to wake me up... pretty normal every day.(23 weeks).

 

mommybabyboy21 - February 22

My son is doing the same thing :) I am 24 weeks along...I heard it can get worst the further along you are....

 

salk - March 8

With my son this happened all the time. It was like he had kick boxing cla__s every night all night. He is 20 years old now but has never slept well at night - always a night owl. I always thought that is just how he is made. This baby is mostly moving in the afternoon instead of night. hope it stays that way. With my son - after about the 6th month I never slept well at night again because of his moving. Good luck to you.

 

c_baer19 - March 8

Watch out, this may not be true, but I read somewhere that the sleep pattern/cycle they have int he womb is likely to be similar to their sleep pattern as newborns, so you may have a little one that stays up all night!

 

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