Pregnancy printables are great tools for organizing and planning all aspects of your journey.
There are tons of apps and computer-based organizers, but there is something special about writing things on paper that can help you focus and get things done. You can use printable pages to create a journal, track your daily habits, keep up with important milestones, or whatever you need.
Here is the list of my favorite pregnancy printables and how you can use them.
9 BEST PREGNANCY PRINTABLES
1. The Pregnancy Calendar
During pregnancy, we feel like it’s never going to be over, especially in the third trimester when we’re carrying a watermelon size baby on our bladders. But, once our babies are born, we wonder how those fortyish weeks passed so quickly.
A pregnancy calendar can help put those nine months in perspective. Your birth will be here before you know it. Be sure to track and enjoy the process.
2. The Prenatal Care Tracker
After a positive pregnancy test, the next step is to schedule an appointment with an OBGYN or a team of midwives to begin receiving prenatal care and monitoring.
Although many women add their appointments to the calendars in their phones, The Prenatal Care Tracker can help you visualize and see the appointments for all nine months.
3. The Trimester Pregnancy To-Do List
Sometimes, we get overwhelmed with projects, events, and tasks because we look at everything that needs to be done all at once. It can help to reframe our responsibilities into smaller less overwhelming chunks.
In pregnancy, that can mean looking at what needs to be done each month or each trimester. The trimester to-do list printables can help you get laser-focused on the tasks that matter the most during each trimester.
4. The Pregnancy Habit Tracker
The pregnancy habit tracker may be my favorite printable pregnancy page. It can be used to track positive habits you want to develop or negative habits you want to kick to the curb.
It’s such a flexible tool because you can add numerous habits on one page and easily track your habits over the course of a whole month!
5. The Pregnancy Hydration Log
Staying hydrated during pregnancy is a must. You can learn more about how to stay hydrated during pregnancy and keep a hydration log to track your water intake. It’s such a simple page but perfect for making sure you’re drinking water.
*Although the printable has eight water cups for each day, your need for fluids may be more or less and can be talked over with your medical provider.
6. The Pregnancy Meal Planner or a Diet Plan Printable
During pregnancy there are foods that should be avoided; however, there are also tons of foods you can eat to nourish your developing baby. After deciding on what foods you want to ensure is in your diet you can meal plan with the Weekly Diet Plan printable.
Having a meal plan can lessen your chances of eating more expensive and less quality food. You get to be in control of your diet more when your food is homemade.
7. The Pregnancy Savings Plan Worksheet
When having a baby, you can never have too much money saved. Saving money each week of your pregnancy is a solid plan and the Pregnancy Savings Plan printable can help you keep track of your progress and motivate you to save money as often as possible.
8. The Pregnancy Workout Log
Staying active during pregnancy has tons of good benefits. If you have a routine that you follow or even if you just walk every day, you can keep track of your fitness or create new activity goals. For example, you can set a goal to walk or perform any doctor-approved exercise for four days out of the week. Just ‘X’ out the days you exercise and track your pregnancy fitness goals easy.
9. The Baby Spending Log
Baby spending can easily get out of hand if you aren’t tracking your spending. I mean baby stuff is adorable and it’s hard to turn away a sweet newborn hat or outfit. This Baby Spending Log can help you track the things you buy and maybe even help you limit your baby spending to the baby items you need.
OK, that is the list of helpful pregnancy printables that can help you get organized and focused.
There are so many things to get done before your baby arrives and it’s easy to get overwhelmed, especially if you have several commitments or pregnancy brain, brain fog characterized by forgetfulness believed to be caused by our hormones.
Whether you are suffering from low productivity, pregnancy brain, anxiety, or just love planning, these are some printable pages that can help you progress through your forty-week journey more efficiently and with less overwhelm.
Can I get all these printables as one document?
Yes, I have a Deluxe Pregnancy Binder that contains the printables listed above and several more.
Who created these printables?
I (Tiffany Green) created each of the printables using fonts and creative goods from one of my favorite online shops. I welcome you to use the printables to support your organization needs.
Each of the printables are owned by Damn Good Mom, LLC and are solely for your personal use. Please do not be disrespectful by selling or redistributing them. If you would like to use these printables for any purpose other than personal use, please request written permission prior to use. You can contact [email protected] Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.