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. Read more
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.
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.
In 2018 we launched our Rainbow Project, offering support to those pregnant following a previous stillbirth or neonatal death. Focusing on self-care, positivity and the importance of baby movements, we give bundles to families.
Weddings are all about love, and we are incredibly grateful that the new Mr and Mrs Gordon-Creed showed our charity love at theirs. Congratulations! Read more
No journey to parenthood is ever the same. Parents who experience pregnancy after the loss of a baby are faced with nine months of anxiety, challenge and uncertainty. With the relaunch of our Rainbow Project, we want those families to know that we understand. Kate tells us her story. Read more
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
I had my baby delivered at 30 weeks after a few episodes of reduced movement. Thanks to Kicks Count I was able to recognise that something just was not right! Read more