Mum-to-be Saver Deluxe Bundle

Saves yourself £3.00 compared to buying each of these items individually!

Our mum-to-be bundle contains a Kicks Count Wristband plus two other goodies - a helpful canvas bag and an amusing sperm and egg pen.

  • Kicks Count Wristband - We know it's not always easy to keep track of your baby's movements, even though it's important. Our award-winning wristbands can help you track movement episodes, making it easier to recognise a reduction or change. Made from silicone, they help reduce worry and feature an 'L' and 'R' which can be used as feeding reminders once your baby has arrived.

  • Sperm and Egg Pen - Popular with midwives and mums alike, this amusing pen is a great conversation starter - sperm and eggs float in the end chamber and are free to move around when you move the pen! The pen comes with a twist nib and black ink.

  • Canvas Shopping Bag - Perfect for storing and carrying your maternity notes, our long-handled canvas bag is comfortable to carry, practical and kind to the environment.

The bundle is shipped only to UK addresses. Wristband colour received may vary.

Using your Kicks Count Wristband

The band can help you get to know YOUR baby’s pattern of movement. Remember, there is no standard quota of movement that all mums should feel. As you feel an episode of movement throughout the day move the plastic slider to the next number on the band.
At 26-28 weeks you should notice that you are moving the band the same amount of times each day. Yet, this varies, and it may be a little earlier or later for you. Take note of the times of day baby moves too, it’s a great point of reference for getting to know your baby’s pattern of awake and asleep times. Consider movement triggers too, does eating make your baby wriggle? or perhaps they dance when you lay down?
Report any change to normal to your Maternity Assessment Unit as soon as possible. They’re there to help you and your baby, don’t worry about calling them!
If you go on to breastfeed, the L and R (left and right) can be used as feeding reminders.

The band does not monitor your baby for you and is not a substitute for regular checks with your midwife