Today Vance was very still. I just met with the Dr. last week who told me to start doing kick counts last week. The same one who I told to do the tests to prevent still birth. One I actually thought I liked, because she acted like she got it. I call the office today because I noticed last night and today that he wasn't as active as usual. I'm sure it wouldn't have mattered if they told me that or not they freak me out all the time with the things they say and I would have been worried even if they hadn't said a word at all. He wasn't acting like he usually does. So I wait til I can start doing the counting because I know they are going to ask me if I did that. So I count for an hour and sure enough it's below what they want. I call and get put off for an hour. But I count again, and again lower than they want. The nurse calls and says she will speak to the dr. I am expecting a relatively quick turn around since it's an important issue and I already counted for 2 hours. No! I don't get another call until 2 hours later. Then they say don't worry about it. That it's too soon to worry about it. Even though the time to "worry" about it is only a week away. Fetal movements aren't regular enough at this stage they say. I say no he's really regular with his schedule. As a matter of fact that is one the the first things I noticed about him. He has a fairly set routine. He was off his schedule this weekend, but he was still pretty much himself, VERY ACTIVE. Not today. I couldn't wake him up this morning and usually he is the one waking me up (or at least motivating me to get out of bed). But "OH you can go to the hospital if you really think you have to" but we don't want you coming into the office and making another dr mad because we wouldn't normally see you for this so soon".