Just because babe is in the womb doesn't mean he can't start tweeting! Though plenty of moms Facebook and Twitter in their lil ones' voices, fetuses may soon do the social networking themselves. Kickbee is a stretchable band that fits around an expectant mama's belly. When the tot kicks, a wireless signal is sent to the computer and the baby's dedicated Twitter account is updated with " I kicked Mommy!" Friends and family members can follow the baby-to-be and monitor his progress in utero. Though only 19 percent of LilSugar readers said they actually tracked their baby's kicks, would this product change your mind?
My babies were born big and it seemed like they never stopped kicking (while in utero) so I didn't do specific kick counts. When I noticed a decline in movement with my little guy once he was eight days overdue, I headed for the hospital. He was born the next morning. My expectant sister's doctor has her patients chart their baby's movements starting at the 28th week of pregnancy. The mom-to-be monitors 10 kicks or jabs in a two-hour interval. Did you keep track of your child's kicks?