Some proceeds from these shirt sales go to Count the Kicks and their prevention efforts.
Pregnant women have the power to save their babies by getting to know their baby’s movement patterns and feeling empowered to tell their doctor if they notice a change. Based on scientific research and medical guidance, Count the Kicks teaches expectant moms to track their baby’s movements once a day in the third trimester using the free Count the Kicks app by timing how long it takes their baby to get to 10 movements. After about a week, moms will start to see an average amount of time it takes their baby to get to 10. Every baby is different. Moms need to learn what’s normal for their baby and if the average amount of time it takes their baby to get to 10 movements changes, Count the Kicks empowers them to speak up and tell their provider. A change in fetal movement is typically the earliest and sometimes only indication that there might be an issue with the pregnancy. Learn more at countthekicks.org today!