Free Download: Baby Care Tracking Sheet
March 17, 2016
We’re all about mom hacks this month (and really all year round, really, because who doesn’t want to save time or make life a bit easier!?)—and that’s why we’ve created this baby care tracking sheet as a free download. This baby care tracking sheet is designed for the sitter or caregiver to use to log bottles, diaper changes and more—so when you get home you can get a quick, at-a-glance update of how the baby’s schedule and day went without having the sitter have to recall it from memory.
Another potential way this free download could help you out: if your little one is under the weather and you take him or her into the doctor, your physician may ask you about eating, sleeping, and diaper changes—you’ll have all of that right in one place to answer the pediatrician’s question.
However you end up using this cute baby care tracking sheet, we hope it’s helpful, because being a parent is hard work, so why not find a few ways to make it a little bit easier.
CLICK HERE to download your copy of this cute tracking sheet. It’s that easy! It’s designed to print on a regular 8.5″ x 11″ paper, so you can just print it right on your home printer.
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