Baby Kick Counter: How to Count Kicks

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Baby Kick Counter: How to Count Kicks

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So how do you actually go about it? Well, for starters, pick a time of the day when your baby is most active. Then, make sure you count your baby’s kicks at the same time, every single day. When you start counting, do so for an hour, so you have a ‘rate’ going (say, 10-15 kicks per hour). Finally, make sure your baby maintains the average.

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