Seriously, if you have not felt hiccups yet, it is crazy! I have a generally active boy... but this was way over active even for him. After about 3 minutes I thought I'd better yell for my husband, because at 30 weeks he has still yet to feel more than two kicks. The problem is that, I knew if I yelled for him baby would surely stop kicking, and I was kind of enjoying it... selfish I know... but whatever!
I can remember back to week 14 when I was so miserable and needed more than sickness and a bad attitude, that I had to constantly cry about, and the "been-there-done-that" mothers said wait til you feel the baby move... I just couldn't fathom it, not with the hell the first trimester was giving me. Then I felt that first kick around week 20 and was SO SO SO excited. Then the "been-there-done-that" mothers said, "just wait, he will move all of the time and you will grow tired of it too." All I could think was Bull Crap!
Well, at 30 weeks I still love it! He moves an awful lot, especially at night when I'm going to sleep and in the morning when I wake up. I still get startled by the hard random kicks throughout the day. Those are almost like a shock to the system, but still my little man saying, "Hi mommy!" I'm still not one of those women who, "LOVES being pregnant" and "would be pregnant all the time if I could." But, I have no doubt the little kicks and hiccups will go in the memory book as one of my very favorite things about pregnancy. In fact, I can hardly wait for him to have the hiccups again!