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The A Baby's Owner's Maintenance Log: A Record of Your Model's First Year (Owner's and Instruction Manual) Spiral-bound – September 1, 2004
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Joe Borgenicht has co-authored The Action Hero's Handbook , The Action Heroine's Handbook , The Baby Owner's Manual , and Undercover Golf . He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Louis Borgenicht, M.D. is a board-certified pediatrician with the American Academy of Pediatrics and has worked for the last 16 years at his private practice in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was named best pediatrician in Utah by Ladies Home Journal in 2001.
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-Section for parent information, birth weight/size/eye color/hair color/etc and some other small notes
-Cute diagrams breaking babies down like machines
-Single-page note areas that literally have a "Week 1", "week 2", etc in the header, a date field, and that's it. It's very free-form with your notes. Write whatever you want. It has a page per week, up to week 52.
-It has a page dedicated to new weights/size/eye color/hair color changes at the 3, 6, and 9 month marks. Also has parts related to things like: Sounds or talking, head control, finger and hand control, toy playing, etc.
-8 pages split in half for "Service Records", aka doctor visits.
-You get 2 pages for monitoring bladder. That's 6 weeks.
-2 pages for Bowels as well = 6 weeks.
-2 pages for feedings - roughly 6 weeks
-2 pages for sleep - 4 weeks
-No area for immunization records
-No area for contacts
-No area for family history
It's awesome for notes, but I may get another book so I can log more medical-related information.
If you're looking for advice or lots of information, this is not the book for you. Instead, there is a companion to it entitled "The Baby Owner's Manual" that I would recommend. The "Maintenance Log" is primarily for keeping records, not for providing information.