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June 4th, 2014, 07:10 AM
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While we were in the NICU the nurses tracked everything. Annabel's feedings, bowel movements, sleep, etc. When I took her home I wanted an easy way to continue tracking and purchased the app "Baby Nursing/Breast feeding". I have found it very helpful and I think many of you will too. It cost $5 but it has been worth it. You can easily track everything with this app: feedings (both breast and bottle), pumping, sleep, bowel movements, medications, drs appointments, baby's measurements, baths, and even vaccinations. If you're like me and have to know exactly the last time the baby fed or pooped this app is for you. 😉
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June 4th, 2014, 01:43 PM
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Cool, thanks for the recommendation!

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