Wednesday, April 13, 2016

#AtoZChallenge - K is for 'Kicks'


Go ahead ask any woman. Nothing compares to a baby's kick inside the belly.

from babyq.com

I say it's the baby's first kiss. It's a 'Hello' from the inside.
 

Tender, soft and ticklish. Smiles guaranteed! And THE most amazing part of a pregnancy. 

Moms describe it as- soft fluttering butterflies, light fizzy bubbles and sometimes even like popping pop-corn.

This is the moment of wonder. Of realizing that there is a little living thing inside of you. Awesome right?

But then they grow so big and there is no more room to move about. Then the awesomeness kind of comes down a notch. 

There will be bladder squishing, rib kicking and all night partying! I know someone who had a rib fractured with her baby's kick!

Do you remember your baby's first kiss? I mean- kick?

29 comments:

  1. So sweet... love the pic!
    Cheers, Archana - www.drishti.co

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    1. Thanks Archana! See you soon...

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  2. Yes, undeniably the most sensational experience! I remember it so distinctly. Hmmm....nostalgic now that the kids have grown so big!
    @KalaRavi16 from
    Relax-N-Rave

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  3. OMG, I've never seen a pic like this. Great find and enjoyed the post :)
    Sudha from
    Everyday Muse

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    1. Google can help you find anything!

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  4. Yes i do rembember!! And a rib fracture with the baby's kick???? Phew, that must be a really heavy and strong kid...
    @yenforblue from
    Spice of Life!

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    1. I know. I could not believe it either!

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  5. What a cute post! Alas that was decades ago and I've long forgotten the first kick. I sometimes feel some rumbling though in my tummy and remember those days ....

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    1. Aww... True it feels like a rumble.. sometimes. :) So good to have your thoughts here..

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  6. I remember my first kicks and elbows fondly! Thanks for bringing up such lovely memories!

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    1. Sure Donna, my kids are only 6 and 3 and I still cherish the fist moves.

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  7. Lovely post, Seena. Bought back memories. I still love to hug and kiss my baby girl - who is now 24 and a foot taller than me :)

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  8. oh so lovely! I remember my baby's first kick! I was sooooooooo excited. It was out of the world feeling.

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    1. So glad you like the post! :)

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  9. Having never been pregnant I don't have anything to share here but I can imagine it would be an amazing experience.

    Meet My Imaginary Friends
    #AtoZchallenge http://www.kathleenvalentineblog.com/

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    1. Hi Kathleen, thanks for coming by. :)

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  10. LOVE the idea of a first kick = a first kiss from the baby. I'll never forget the first time my daughter started squirming about - in a meeting, of course, where I couldn't squeal with delight.

    Wonderful post!

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    1. Me too. Such a cute idea. At a meeting?? Aww... :)

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  11. LOVE the idea of a first kick = a first kiss from the baby. I'll never forget the first time my daughter started squirming about - in a meeting, of course, where I couldn't squeal with delight.

    Wonderful post!

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  12. Never ceases to amaze me. Incredible. Seems like it would be scary.

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    1. Its really incredible Stephen.

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  13. Lol..!! Rib fracturing? Are you serious?
    And these moments truly sound a bliss!

    Cheers
    Geets

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    1. Yes, can you believe it???!!

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  14. What?? Rib fracture?? That's funny as well as scary!
    I have seen one of my bestie go through this phase and she was all smiles initially but later on she almost forgot smiling...

    Cheers,
    Srivi - AtoZChallenge
    K for Kite | Twitter

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    1. Yup, towards the end, we just want it out!

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  15. O gosh, I cannot wait... :D

    Joy @ The Joyous Living

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