Hiya! Congratulations on your pregnancy! With my first, I felt them at about 19-20 weeks but it was like a swooping feeling rather than kicks or wriggles. It took until about 24 weeks to feel proper kicks. It felt a bit like I'd driven quickly over a bridge for the first few weeks. Hard to recognise. My second was much lazier. The 20 week scan set him off and he started kicking me properly from then on! Definite kicks too: no swoopy feelings that time. And with this one, it was earlier for the 'is it, isn't it' windy feelings (about 15 weeks) but then 20 weeks (ish) again for proper, definite kicks. There are a number of things that can affect the feelings: if your placenta is anterior rather than posterior, you will feel far less apparently. Also, the thinner you are the earlier you will feel the movements. You're probably already feeling them but not in a recognisable sense - it will just feel like wind or like you need the loo! My babies are all more active during the night, too, so it's possible you're just missing it because you're asleep! Plus, if this is your first baby, 20 weeks is quite early for movements to be felt. If you're worried, ask your GP or midwife to find the baby's heartbeat for you (or you can get dopplers/prenatal listening devices for you to use at home) which should reassure you. You should perfectly normal to me!