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Your Baby's Movements

Your baby's movements are a sign of their wellbeing: TV superstar Holly Willoughby talks all things Kicks Count.

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The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists has released information about Coronavirus for pregnant women and their families.


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    My baby was born alive thanks to your campaign, I would have taken the advice about baby movements from my parents as gospel otherwise ... after all, they have 6 kids between them, they are the experts ... aren't they??? Read more

  • “Gut Feelings are Guardian Angels”

    My baby was born 39+6 via emergency cesarean and she had her cord wrapped around her neck four times and a true knot! In hindsight, I did notice reduced movement but thought I was missing her active time by going to bed earlier. Read more