Can you even have hiccups, child? We were told you don't have a diaphragm, and I thought you needed one of those for hiccups.
Ah well, I will enjoy it.
Movement isn't something I expect much of this pregnancy. Between Psalm-Angel being adhered to the placenta and only having one leg, I doubt that much movement is possible. But I remember the first in-office ultrasound, where s/he had their little hand up by their face and waved and maybe swallowed. And then s/he slapped at the doppler at the last appointment. So movement is possible, at least some.
But I wasn't really feeling any. Until this week. And suddenly it's a daily thing. And it's awesome.