After every well visit, you place your child’s summary report from the doctor in your to-do pile. If you’re lucky, you remember to put the measurements into their baby book. If you’re anything like me, you end up losing the paper. I’m honest. I’m not so good at handling paperwork. Paper = chaos in my mind.
Quadant Inc, has created an app that focuses on your child’s growth in the first 36 months. You know, as well as I do, those first 36 months are filled to the brim with well visits to the doctors. Use Growth-Chart to record your child’s weight and height then view how your child is progressing.
Some of the cool features:
- Ability to see weight percentile
- Ability to see length percentile
- Ability to see weight for length percentile
- Add multiple children
- Color coded for boy/girl
- Create PDF version of the charts
- Email charts to friends and family
- Add notes for each check-up
- Supports multiple measurement units
The only thing I didn’t like about the app was the inability to edit entries once they were saved. If you made an error on an entry, you have to completely delete the entry and re-enter it. Other than that, it’s a pretty cool app to track your child’s growth. Available for the iPhone and iPad for $2.99