Your Baby's Movements

Hoping to find out more about your baby's movements? You're in the right place! Kicks Count is the UK's leading baby movement resource and awareness campaign. Find out more about your baby's movements here.

Kicks Count Wristbands: What Are They?

When it comes to baby movement, it’s important to get to know your baby’s individual pattern. How do Kicks Count wristbands help? What are they? How do you use one? We answer your frequently asked questions.

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Author: Lisa Newhouse

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