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Description of 宝宝生活记录（喂奶、辅食、换尿布、睡眠全记录）
"Baby Life Record" focuses on recording the daily life of a newborn baby, allowing you to clearly understand the baby's growth. Record the healthy life of your baby.
The first table format recording method is more convenient and fast.
Recording your baby's feeding and urination is very important for mastering your baby's health.
Can easily record, edit and analyze the baby's life:
* Breastfeeding-can record breast milk, breast milk bottle feeding, formula milk, complementary food and statistics.
* Change diapers-can record pee and poop.
* Sleep-can be recorded in a timed manner.
* Growth curve.
### Main features:
1. Table format record
The first table format recording method, the overall design is exactly the same as the neonatal record card used by the hospital, easy to use, simple to operate, and easy to see at a glance. It is the best choice for novice parents.
2. Growth curve.
Superimpose the growth curve on the standard percentile curve, compare its growth progress with the expected growth rate, and track the growth of the baby or child.
3. Support recording multiple baby activities
Can easily record and manage the lives of multiple babies
4. Convenient and easy to use
Rich functions can be easily and quickly realized. Recording, viewing, editing and other operations can be completed through the simplest steps.
Why do you need to make a life record for your baby?
How normal is the frequency of urination and defecation of the newborn? From 1 to 7 days after delivery, the frequency of urination (colorless or light yellow) and the frequency and color of stool are mainly observed. If it is less than the following times or the color deviates obviously, you should contact the medical staff in time.
Newborns who are exclusively breastfed usually urinate 2 times on the first day of life and 2 or 3 times the next day. After 3 days of milking, she urinates more than 6 times in 24 hours. The urine is clear, indicating that the child is full.
Breast-fed babies generally have golden yellow loose stools 5-6 times a day. Almost every feeding has a little, or a large number of soft stools once every few days. Generally, constipation does not occur. Real constipation is common in artificially fed infants. Constipation is manifested by the baby crying, straining without bowel movements or dry stools, often accompanied by abdominal distension.
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