Couples and families who bujo together, stay together. While I can’t back up that statement with any statistical evidence, one thing I can say for sure is that no matter your stage or role in life, incorporating these ideas to bullet journal for moms and dads, baby, kids, or what-have-you will, at the very least, keep your family on the same page.
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- Keep the love alive and reach couples goals with this awesome list of date ideas
- Tying the knot? Amazing discounts and freebies with an Amazon wedding registry and Target wedding registry.
- Addition to the family? Fantastic discounts and freebies with an Amazon baby registry and Target baby registry.
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When things get serious, you’ll definitely need a place to help keep your wedding planning together.
Here’s a spread for an overview of the details with your to-do list, wedding dress, color theme, food, songs list, decorations, and honeymoon. (via @the.petite.planner)
Bullet journal pregnancy tracker
Growing another human being is no easy feat. You'll definitely need to pay attention to health. A spread like this can keep you on top of pregnancy-appropriate exercises, tracking your weight gain, and keeping a list of what foods you should consume more of and which to avoid. (via Page Flutter)
There’s lots to do in preparation for welcoming your new bundle of joy. A timeline overview like this will help you map out what and when tasks need to be done. (via Page Flutter)
Prenatal doctor’s appointments
Keep a log of the many appointments you’ll need to go to during pregnancy and any questions you have for your doctor. Much easier to record what needs to be or has been discussed at your appointments than to try to remember all the little things you want reassurance on. (via Decade Thirty)
Babies need a lot of stuff. Don’t forget to sign up for the Amazon baby registry and Target baby registry because frankly, they’re lifesavers during this time. So convenient, lots of awesome freebies and discounts, and a wonderful return policy so you can buy everything you think you need, and then return about half of it because you realize you didn’t actually need to use it. (via @french_dreamer_life_lover)
Here’s a fun spread for the baby name. If you’re okay with input from family member and friends, create a bracket system to choose which names advance to the final round to narrow down the choices that you and your partner choose from. (via @@bujoforsanity)
A succinct spread to track all the important things for your new little one: feeding, diapers, sleep, tummy time, and medication.(via Sunny Day Family)
If you choose to breastfeed, here’s a way to log your feeding times. (via Pin source)
Got milk supply issues? Keep track of the time between consumption of milk-boosting products. Many go for lactation tea, or these wonderful lactation cookies. Personally, I went for practical with these fenugreek pills because it was affordable, easy to find in stores, and all I had to do was pop them (no preparation required). (via @bolf_ish)
Baby bullet food journal pages
As your little one graduates to solids, you’ll need to know what’s appropriate for his/her tummy to handle with a table like this of baby first foods. (via @illustratedgrey)
Bullet journal baby milestones and achievements
You’ll definitely want to keep track of the little moments, achievements, and milestones that your little one hits. You can record a memory each day with an easy, pretty spread like this. (via @decadethirty)
First piece of advice: take lots of pictures…and video. You think you’ll remember what your baby sounded like over the months, but they grow so fast. You won’t regret the number of videos and pictures you take, but you will if you take too few.
Second piece of advice: A checklist like this will help you keep track of the must-have pictures and videos. Plus, if you do choose to make an album, it’ll be so much easier to prioritize what should go in it. (via Productive and Pretty)
Who says your baby has to be human? Keep a record of your pet’s info, like birthdate, likes and dislikes, immunizations, and memorable moments. (via Pin source)
Kids do better with routine and consistency, so putting together a schedule for how evenings go down in your home will help you stick to it. (via @bulletjournal.beauty)
Kids say the darnest things. Some that you’ll want to keep record of. It’ll be so fun to flip back to this page when your kids are older. (via @Homeschool On)
Household bullet journal
Find a whole list of bujo ideas for the home. I’ve dedicated an entire post to bullet journal housework, cleaning schedules, maintenance, upgrades, moving, finances and much more. (via Mommy Over Work)
Things you love about partner or kids
Let’s be real, some days your patience will run thin and you’re just not feeling your family. But if you have a spread like this to look to, you’ll at least get over the crummy mood you may be in at that moment as you’re reminded of the better qualities of your partner and kids. Also, helps you to think about the little things you may take for granted, so actively thinking about it and writing it down would do you good. And nice, bold hand lettering definitely helps the message hit home. (via Pepper and Twine)
Can’t forget about everyone’s birthdays! Log them with a cute themed tracker like this. (via @bujo_blossoms)
Having a spread with important phone numbers in your bujo is a great back up to when your phone runs out of battery. Good ole’ fashioned pen and paper record ensures you’ll still have the key info available to get in touch with your contacts. (via Christina 77 Star)
This is a cool spread to track your genealogy. (via @paperinkandco.heidi)
Bullet journal for kids
Kid bullet journal ideas
As your kids get a little older, you can introduce them to the wonderful world of bullet journaling. Here are a few spreads to give them the taste of bujo:
- Things about self
- Books read
- Money saving log (find more ideas for bullet journal budget and finances)
- Gratitude log (find more ideas for bullet journal mental health and self care)
- Places traveled and want to travel to (find more ideas for bullet journal travel log)
- Seasonal bucket list
- Food tried (find more ideas for bullet journal food log ideas)
And there you have it, tons of great family ideas to bullet journal for moms and dads, baby, kids to bring your family closer together.