I noticed decreased fetal movements at 39 weeks and 6 days after running errands and eating dinner with my family. At this point she had been very active in the evenings so I sat down and drank cold water but still no movements. Knowing this wasn’t her normal pattern and following my intuition that something felt off, we contacted the doctor and went to the hospital to be checked.
The night of Sept. 6, 2019 we were out to eat with friends and I was getting so much movement that my friends couldn’t talk to me without watching my belly shake. This was the normal baby movement that my doctor awarded “the most active baby.”
The next morning I woke up and did a bunch of odds and ends, then my husband and I went out and weaned our cows and calves.
Keegan’s story, as told by his mom Sheena: “Keegan was due on Oct. 24, 2015. On Oct. 11 my husband, Brett, was heading out for one last day of golf while I had a day with my oldest son. Before Brett left, I told him I did not feel good.