Turns out... my thoughts were correct.
It's amazing how much you learn from listening to others stories of loss, from researching pregnancy, and infancy, from belonging to message boards with other anxious and worried, and scared mother's about to have another child after one has died.
My placenta is anterior- which is not bad at all- it just means that is between the baby and the front of my belly-- the only 'issue' I have with it is that it muffles the movement of the baby, you don't feel them as much.
Noah didn't move a lot, although his placenta wasn't anterior (it was low, down by my cervix). One of my many hopes would be that Charlotte's placenta was posterior, so no movement could be muffled. I would rather be blown away with painful kicks than to not feel movement for even 2 hours!
I am starting to feel her kick quite a bit- small kicks, that I can feel, but you can't see my belly moving. At least I can feel them!
Most pregnant women probably don't even think about this much.. except for the excitment of feeling the baby move... but like I said.. nothing is actually wrong with an anterior placenta.. just not my preference.. but hey- I'm sure lots of things in this pregnancy.. and in raising Charlotte won't be my preference!
OB visit was fine- nothing new, nothing exciting.. which is a good thing