There are only 940 Saturdays between birth and college.
You know what stings even worse?
Along with a ton of other tidbits I'm not listing here because
I'm mean everyone loves a good mystery.
In the 7-months it took me to complete The Milestone Marker, I read every boring child development book on the planet. (Let me offer up a big-fat YOUR WELCOME to the Universe.)
Friendly reassurance that your baby really is growing at a healthy rate and celebrating with party hats is not over the top. (We do have to talk about the fireworks, though... That's a bit much.)
Little tricks and secrets to bring out (and show off) your baby's budding personality in each stage of development.
A fun way for Dad to be more involved in newborn life. It's like fantasy football. Only with milestones...and no bye-week...and no co-workers who mercilessly tease you...
It shares rarely-mentioned milestones only found inside thick medical manuals and ignored on the standard "top ten milestone" lists. (Do you know when your baby starts blowing spit bubbles?)
How to play The Gender Games, and how the odds of certain milestones are always in one sex's favor. Boys and girls will zoom ahead on certain milestones. Do you know what they are?
The direct no-holds-barred way to test your baby for signs of autism. (The earlier caught...the less life-impacting the results!) No scare-tatics, just "what to watch for".
A lesson we can all learn about baby growth...taught by Stewie Griffin.
So what, exactly, are you getting
inside this eBook package-o-awesomeness?
A must-read-and-sign document that will save your sanity. (And possibly your marriage...)
A special worksheet designed to help the parents of preemies discover their baby's true age (and avoid a Xanax prescription).
Five separate milestone worksheets with plenty of writing space for the special memories that go with each one!
The Tired Mama's Guide to Measuring Growth detailing the world's fastest way to make sure your baby is meeting the doctor's expectations.
Over 125 of the challenges your baby is going to conquer this year. Let's go beyond the obvious ones, like..."walking"....and look for awesome photo ops like "blows spit bubbles" and "tries to start own band in the kitchen".
The nitty-gritty growth charts, so you can see exactly how much better your baby is compared to all the other wannabe's at Kindermusic.
Plus three other printables and four other useful worksheets to add to your handy-dandy growth notebook!
I've read through and studied your book in preparation for this little bundle of joy I'm waiting on.
I'm thankful I came across you and your book, it has taught me that being a mother is more than taking care of needs...it's capturing the little moments and making them matter! Thank YOU!!
"taught me that being a mother is more than..."
I LOVE (in flashing rainbow colors with fireworks coming out if it) this ebook! The book is simply darling in its design and is so easy to use that now no one has an excuse not to keep a record of those memories. My only question is... why didn't I have this a year ago?
I already started entering things from the 1-2 year milestones and plotted his last two height measurements on a growth chart. Love, love, love. Like Mary Poppins, it's practically perfect in every way.
"Why didn't I have this a year ago?"
This is not your typical read when we're talking about informational children's books and I like that!
My husband is (I'm pleasantly shocked) insisting we do this together. I'm super thrilled to have him involved and willing!! :-)
You're doing something right and I must Thank You :-) So far....VERY IMPRESSED!!
"my husband is insisting we do this together..."
I love this! It is exactly what a tired, busy, mushy-brained new mom like me needs. I love that the milestones are listed out because it gives me behaviors to watch for and encourage that I might not have thought about on my own. I also love that I can check off what my baby accomplishes or write more detailed notes about how he reached that milestone.
"exactly what a tired, busy
mushy-brained new mom needs..."
I wish I would have had this 4 months ago! I love how I could fill in things right there. While I have a baby book it is often times not in arms reach and this could be.
"within arm's reach..."
You can't just slap a steak dinner in front of your 6 month old and consider him "on solids".
There's actually a method of introducing baby foods. There are some foods that are best for beginners...and then there are foods you shouldn't introduce until after 18 months.
In this bonus, I go through every month and list out the foods your baby's tummy can handle for that month.
It won't give you a recipe for baby lobster bisque, but it as a kitchen cheat-sheet, it is worth its weight in gold.
One of my biggest surprises at becoming a mother was all the tracking I had to do.
I can remember sitting at Lauren's very first doctor's appointment looking like a complete idiot by answering the question: "How many times did she eat yesterday?" with...
...brace yourself for the inevitable stupidity....
"More than once...?"
*palm to forehead*
Do your tired brain a favor and use these tracking shees. There are a week's worth of diaries for breastfeeding, bottle feeding, poops (yes, gotta go there), and sleeping.
I've even thrown in an extra SECRET BONUS inside this BONUS just for Mom. (Would you like ice cream with your ice cream?)
Remember that stinger earlier?
The whole "940 Saturdays until college" thing? Take it from a mother who has already burned through half of those Saturdays.... *sob*
These baby days are a blink. Let the Milestone Marker capture the teeny tiny moments in the cracks of life before they are forgotten forever.
Easy-to-follow milestones organized for quick-flipping, with plenty of space to write the memories that they prompt: "Daddy sneezed and you gave us your first laugh! So now we are "fake sneezing" like crazy to get you on camera!
Extra Awesomesauce: A one-stop quick guide to make sure your not giving your baby a food that will cause late-night tummy trouble later on!
A simple tracker you can keep open around the house for notes, and then transfer later into the beautiful baby scrapbook you're working on!
Growth charts so you can look back in the years to come: No wonder you're a professional football player now! You were always in the 99% percentile of height! Monster baby!
Extra Awesomesauce: Brainless tracking diaries that make you look like a Rock Star Parent at well-baby visits!
Peace of mind that your baby really is as healthy as you pray she is.
It's yours for $12.95.
Other milestone books are filled with sappy poems, pointless personal stories, and other filler junk to extend the page count.
The Milestone Marker eBook is 100% froo-froo free.
It's ALLLLLL meat, baby! If it's not helpful, it's not in there.
No poetry. Not even a Roses are Red...
No pointless personal stories from strangers about when "Todd Jr." walked. (Let's be honest. NO ONE CARES.)
It is 100% about your baby. Just print it off and start filling in the charts and worksheets.
Here's to an incredible year of memories!
Chief Encouragement Officer (CEO) at IncredibleInfant.com
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I'd like you to know my son is 6 months and I still use it. I like it much better than the traditional baby book I had when my daughter was born.
Realizing in a panic that my third baby was 8 months old and I had yet to even crack the cover on her Hallmark baby book.
That's a sting and a slap.
A slap that snapped me out of my exhausted/comatose state and into Creative Mode.
I needed a system to snag those precious baby memories before they fluttered out of my brain like a drunk butterfly.
But it's hard to let your hair down and enjoy your baby's accomplishments when you're constantly in Freak Out Mode.
I mean, what if the thing you are celebrating is actually a bad thing?
What if you're all excited your baby is rolling over, but don't realize he should have been rolling over 2 months ago?
It didn't take me long to figure out that The Milestone Marker was going to be quite useless as just a long list of checkboxes.
It needed to go beyond the status quo, and give parents...