1. p.smitty's Avatar
    Hey my wife is about 28 weeks pregnant, and our doctor recommended that she try to feel the baby move about once a day. She needs to record 10 "fetal movements per hour". Is there some way to add a timestamp or something like that to an email or memo so she can keep track of them?
    04-29-10 10:29 PM
  2. linuxdaemon's Avatar
    There is the "lt" autotext. This will put a local timestamp in place when you type lt<space>. So you could start a memo, and then hit lt<space><enter> each time, and then count them up.
    04-29-10 11:55 PM
  3. Jen_BabyBerryApps's Avatar
    Dear p.smitty,

    It sounds like KickBerry is the perfect app for your wife. She can download this app for free until Labor Day (Sept 2010). Then she simply starts a timing session and each time she feels your baby move, she clicks a button. After 10 movements, she can chose to stop timing for the day or continue recording for one or two hours total. KickBerry will then create a log of all her sessions, so you both can see your baby's activity level over time.

    As she approaches her own labor day, you might also want to check out BirthBerry. It's a contraction timer app for the BlackBerry. It will help you time your wife's contractions, do all the calculating for you (so you can help her breath!) and send notifications to your doctor/family/friends. Plus, once your new baby arrives, you can send your birth announcement with a photo right from the app.

    Wishing you and your wife a healthy and happy pregnancy,
    04-30-10 10:02 PM