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    Does anyone do a diary for a baby they mind? I really struggle to fill mine out with activities because its all so "bitty" at this age. Not sure what i'm asking...!

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    Yes but at that age the main part is bottles, food, nappies, naps, their mood etc. which I find parents really want to know, and I find useful to note to refer back to. Plus outings and what they've been enjoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moggy View Post
    Yes but at that age the main part is bottles, food, nappies, naps, their mood etc. which I find parents really want to know, and I find useful to note to refer back to. Plus outings and what they've been enjoying.
    Thanks moggy, i think sometimes i overthink it!

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    Same as Moggy and then extend it more as they grow.

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