Navigating through new parenthood can be a challenge. There are so many new things to learn and of course so many things that worry us. I love these simple, handy charts I can refer to when I’m unsure about something.
These seven charts are my favorite. Keeping these saved on your phone or even printed in a binder at home can be super helpful.
Baby Poop Chart
What should your baby’s poo look like and when should you be concerned from The Bump.
Baby Food Chart
A simple guide to what age can have what kind of food from She Knows.
How Much Sleep Does My Baby Need?
This great chart breaks down each month and how much daytime/nighttime sleep baby needs from Mon Baby.
Baby Activities 0-6 Months
Here are some really beneficial activities to do with your babies from BabyCareMag.
A quick guide for when to worry, when not to and how to treat from Cleveland Clinic.
How To Perform CPR
A great chart to keep handy in case of emergency from CPR Certified.
How long can I keep this breastmilk?
This can be so helpful for pumping mamas to know how long you can keep your breastmilk from Cosmopolitan.
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Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.