Baby Growth Chart


Free baby growth chart

When a baby is born, it seems as though everyone is sharing that joy with you. The whole family volunteers to pitch in for supplies and babysitting, and everyone is admiring the physical aspects of the child. As the baby grows, people will start to comment, saying they are too short for their age, or they seem too heavy, even though to you this isn’t an issue. With a Baby Growth Chart, you can reassure your relatives that the baby is healthy, and it can also be used at the doctors office for personal records. The chart can also be used for history, something to be able to show your child when they’re older and see how far they’ve grown.

How To Use a Baby Growth Chart

After you download the free Baby Growth Chart from the page, the first thing you need to do is enter in the baby’s name. That way, if you have more than one child you’ll be able to distinguish whose chart is whose easily. Secondly, you’ll want to collect the data you have on your child and enter them into the correct section of the chart. The template is customizable so the chart can be as easy to use as you would like it to be. Then, you can either keep the chart on your computer, or print it out and store it somewhere safe.

Tips for Using a Baby Growth Chart

  • First thing you should do is gather all the data you have on your child’s growth development before sitting down to fill out the chart. This information should at the very least contain the height, weight, and age of your child at the desired ages that you wish to have on the Baby Growth Chart.
  • Then, you should input all the data you have collected into the correct categories.
  • After you have all the information onto the chart, then you can start messing around with the color coordination of the chart.

Having a baby can be hectic, and it’s easy to lose track of what’s important after the arrival of a new family member. Using a Baby Growth chart is simple and hassle-free. With this tool, it’ll be one less thing you have to worry about.

Download: Baby Growth Chart