Why and How to Watch for Milestone Firsts
A record of your baby’s milestone achievements is important and valuable. A record is evidence of your baby’s progress and your hard work. It will become a reminder of many forgotten moments. It makes a great gift to your grown child. Lastly, a record of milestone firsts can be a valuable part of your child’s health record.
It can be hard to keep track of new milestones. If you’ve looked at the Illustrated List you know there are lots of them in first two years. There are other hurdles, too.
What’s the Catalog?
How do I use the Catalog?
Catalog is only visible to visitors with a membership so you need to subscribe to one of two paid Catalog memberships. Both memberships give you tools to help you you monitor your baby. Other than the membership tools, all you need is your smartphone.
Catalog Basic features
With nearly 60 milestones to watch for, it can be hard to find a particular one. In addition to written descriptions, Catalog Basic membership gives you a helpful search tool, the Name List.
Kidtogeny milestone names are parent-friendly, telegraphic, and descriptive. You can often find the right Catalog page from the milestone’s name alone.
The Name List organizes milestone names alphabetically, and each name links to the milestone’s page. For example, were you to click the Droopy Supported Stand name on the Name List (screenshot shown below), you’d go directly to the Droopy page (shown above).
Is Catalog Basic for you?
Want more detail than the List offers? Would a name search tool be handy? If so, the Catalog Basic membership would suit you. Before you decide, though, consider Catalog Plus membership. It offers additional features for slightly more money.