Lanyard with Safety Release

Our lanyards have a safety release and feature the distinctive Kicks Count branding, they’re brilliant for starting conversations about baby movements.

Your baby's movements

Feeling your baby move is a sign that they are well. Find out more about your baby's normal movements during pregnancy.




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