Should you keep a record of baby milestones?
Isn’t recognizing a new milestone enough? Why record it? A record of baby milestones is important and valuable for several reasons.
The pleasure of spotting a milestone is fleeting. A record of it is more lasting evidence of your baby’s developmental progress.
You will forget a lot about the blur of baby care. Believe me. A record of baby milestones will offset your failing memory.
A detailed milestone history can be a valuable part of your child’s health record. It can flesh out the bare bones of a doctor’s record of infant development.
Lastly, a milestones record can make an amusing gift to the older child. It’s fun to remind your child of the strange creature they were as an infant.
You’ll have lots of questions. What should I watch for? When? Which milestones occur when baby is on their back? On their stomach? What are the details of the Superhero milestone?
The Catalog tools will help answer the questions. The tools include a recording form and many more details than the names and drawings provide. Learn more here.