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Tracking Baby's Kicks on Twitter

Kickbee Gets Babies Tweeting Before They're Even Born

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. 19 percent of LilSugar readers said they actually tracked their baby's kicks, would this product change your mind?

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stephley stephley 6 years
Some people seem intent on turning everything into a side show. Yech.
lifeloveandlattes lifeloveandlattes 6 years
Imagine, for a second, seeing an expectant mother with one of these things strapped around her belly. You ask, "What's that?" and she responds, "Oh, it registers my baby's kicks and sends a Twitter update." I don't even know if I could form a reaction. NO NO NO.
elye elye 6 years
No. Number one, it's a stupid idea. Number two, most technology like cell phones or laptops, emit a bit of ozone, and so this thing could be a problem. I wouldn't want that near a developing baby.
schnappycat schnappycat 6 years
That's ridiculous and a sure-fire way to lose your followers. Who the hell would want to read that over and over? Not even my husband. Oy.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
I think that's pushing it quite a bit!
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
ew.
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
lol twitter is out of control.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Dear god, No. No one - execpt your doctor - cares how many times your baby kicks.
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