Kick charts?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by khartnett, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. khartnett

    khartnett Well-Known Member

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    Hi girls i just wondered if anyone knows if i can get a kick chart off the net or somewhere?

    I have had reduced movements (not that much though) just wanted to do one myself for my piece of mind and as I dont drive the midwife is miles away.

    Let me know if there is one i can get from somewhere cheers Kasey
     
  2. lauriech

    lauriech Well-Known Member

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    Sorry babes, I don't know but I'm sure a few of the girls on here will. Good Luck x :hugs: x

    PS. Hope the movement increases soon xxx
     
  3. khartnett

    khartnett Well-Known Member

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    thank you, thank you xx
     
  4. WelshGirl

    WelshGirl Mummy at last!!

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    If you want something to record movements that is easier to carry around with you, why not buy a Jacobs Adder?
    It's a rubber wristband (like the charity ones you get), and has a counter on it....I have on, and it's fab.

    Not sure of the web address, just google Jacobs Adder & you'll find it. They cost about £3, and mine got delievered in 2 days.

    xx
     

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