Breastfeeding Chart *printable*

Those first few days are hard… Breastfeeding doesn’t come easy to everyone (it didn’t for me), and to remember what’s going on when you’re exhausted is hard work! Before Addie was born, I made a chart and kept a pen clipped to it. By having this chart, I knew what was what those first few days, and I didn’t have to remember to move a bracelet, click a button or rely on my memory for which side she’d nursed from before. I am packing the same list for Millie’s arrival in just a few weeks!

#aisforadelaide Breastfeeding Chart #camillethea #pregnancy #birth

While breastfeeding isn’t easy for everyone, making it as easy as possible is as simple as being prepared!

Breastfeeding Chart  <— the full PDF!

I hope printing this out helps you (or a friend) on your breastfeeding adventure!


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40 Responses to Breastfeeding Chart *printable*

  1. What a cute chart! I just went with the demand and forced myself to wake up.
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  2. This would have been helpful for me back in the 90’s when I breastfed my babies. One product I really like nowadays is the rubber band type bracelet that you switch from one wrist to the other to remind yourself which breast you left off with.
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  3. Great idea! This sure could come in handy for breastfeeding moms.
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  4. This is a great chart. When you first begin breast feeding, it’s important to keep track of the baby’s progress.
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  5. When my sister was breastfeeding, she basically flew by the seat of her pants. It would’ve been nice for her to have this.
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  6. Wow, where was this with the first 5, it will come in handy for number 6.
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  7. This is so helpful to new moms. But especially like you said, for those first few days where everything is amazing and hectic all at the same time.
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  8. This is the perfect way to keep track of it all. New moms will love this!
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  9. What a great way for new moms to keep track of everything. We will be having baby number 2 soon, I’ll have to keep this in min.d
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  10. This is an awesome idea. I wish I would have had this when I was nursing.
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  11. Ann Bacciaglia

    That is a great chart! I certainly would have used that when my kids were younger.

  12. This would have been great when I was breastfeeding. I had lots of scraps of paper sitting around with my times on it. This would have been much better.
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  13. katrina g

    awesome chart i love it!!!

  14. This is such a big help. Thanks for a great printable, when I nursed my daughter, I mixed up the times and it was hard to keep track of, this sure would have been very beneficial for me. Thanks for sharing, will forward to a new Mommies to be that I know and I bet they will love it
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  15. I remember those days at the beginning. We are 8 months in now, so she pretty much feeds every 3 hours or so. This is a great printable.

  16. Daisy

    I’m trying to conceive, and hopefully I’ll test positive soon. This chart will be handy … in 9 months, I hope!! :)

  17. Oh totally could have used this chart when I breastfed all my kids the first 6 weeks. I struggled so much trying to figure out which breast they fed on, how much they drank…gosh…not fun times for me.
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  18. When I was nursing the twins I had to have a chart. This is great and has everything you need.
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  19. This is great. I just wrote it all in a note book. I found my first’s notebook recently. It was sweet to look back on! This would be nice to tuck into a baby book.
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  20. Great printable! I wish I would have had this a few months ago!
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