Beginning with preconception, you can easily follow our forty-week gestational guide divided by three pregnancy trimesters. Our goal is to provide you with the most up to date information that is easy to access and understand.
Our hope is to provide each mom the proactive tools she needs for her gestational journey. PAK is dedicated to giving each expected baby the greatest chance to come into the world alive and kicking.
To empower expectant mothers by educating them about healthy pregnancies, fostering an awareness of their babies’ daily fetal movements, and the action they can take to help their babies come into the world thriving, alive and kicking.
With her vigilance and prenatal knowledge, every mother will give her baby the best chance for a healthy delivery.
Introduce our mobile app ME Preg that combines both our Mom & Baby Tracking Chart and My Empowered Pregnancy Checklist, and so many more great pregnancy resources to all moms!arrow_forward
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It's because of Project Alive and Kicking that I was extremely diligent about doing my kick counting during pregnancy. Their website and social media accounts provide pregnant women with a wealth of knowledge. Many times doctors quickly give instructions but fail to emphasis how important certain things are during pregnancy. As mothers to be we have to be our babies biggest advocates. PAK gives you the resources to do just that. I'm so grateful that I found them and that they helped to ensure a healthy pregnancy and delivery of my son. I hope every pregnant woman finds her way to this amazing website!
A friend recommended Project Alive & Kicking to me during my first pregnancy. I found myself continually referencing the website for answers and helpful checklist and charts. This is a great site and admirable organization. Thanks for empowering expectant moms and putting our minds at ease.
I found your organization while Googling biophysical profile. My son was born still with a triple nuchal cord. My two daughters were both born with nuchal cords, yet alive and healthy. Your organization sounds amazing! I will be sharing it with my friends...
At the time I became pregnant, I had very recently undergone surgery for cervical cancer. My pregnancy was therefore, considered high risk. At the very beginning of my 2nd trimester I found out that I had a hormone difficency called low PAPP-A, another reason for this first time mom to worry. Like any other first time mom, especially considering the issues I had going into the pregnancy, I started looking for information. PAK quickly became my main source for information. I took charge of my own health and began tracking my blood pressure, weight and most importantly information on my baby. I tracked her heart rate and her kicks. Kick counting was part of my daily routine, it was a time where I focused entirely on my sweet daughter and tracked her movements. These moments gave me such joy but most importantly reassurance that she was inside me growing happily. We all have our concerns while going through this amazing experience and if it weren't for PAK, and the team behind it, my own experience would have been filled with anxiety and concern.
Project Alive & Kicking is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Foundation, and we are pleased to let you know that your donations to PAK are “Tax Exempt.”
Don't forget to save $10 per week for your 28 & 36 week ultrasounds! (Your insurance does not usually cover these additional ultrasounds).
Only 5% of moms deliver on their actual due dates.
During the last 6 months of pregnancy,
mom only needs 300 extra calories a day to nurture her baby.
Expecting moms experience about 25K movements during their pregnancy.