Therese Ann - posted on 10/22/2013 ( no moms have responded yet )
I am reaching 27 weeks this Thursday. I found out that I have an anterior placenta from 20 weeks. I do feel baby boy everyday but I feel like his movements are still flutters. Strong flutters per say. I've done a little research and have found that having anterior placenta can affect the mother's feel of kicks. If I get lucky I will feel him stretch with his elbow or knee hitting me. But for the most part, I just feel little wiggles. Is this normal with an AP? Do the kicks get stronger by growth?