DIY Fridge + Freezer Tracking Dry Erase Board - Printable

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The Everyday Mother is your baby's instruction manual, written by you, for you.

We provide a simple template, you add the real-life chaos.

Track feeds, diapers, sleep, and everything in between in one organized place.

Take on the newborn stage with confidence, as you create this beautiful guide to YOUR baby.

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Use this handy DIY to create a dry-erase board and easily keep track of all the food you have in your fridge and freezer. Helps reduce food waste, and answers the dreaded, "what do we have for lunch?" question. 



  • 1 printable file for a 16x20" poster
  • DIY instructions (and material list) for printing, assembling, and mounting. 
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Yes! We have aTwin Tracker notepad, designed specifically for twins, but if you'd rather use a book for tracking, here is a post with a lot of great ways to use The Everyday Mother for twins and multiples.

All of our ribbon page holders are hand-knotted onto a small gold clasp. To attach the ribbon to the book, pinch the clasp and close it onto a spiral ring. Watch a video tutorial of attaching a ribbon here.

When you add a Complete Bundle to your book, you are adding: Doctor Visit Note Insert Pages, Milestone Stickers, Calendar Insert Pages, and Monthly Note Insert Pages. This bundle can NOT be added to an Everyday Mother Mini, as the page sizes are different and will not fit. Here is a video tutorial on how to add insert pages to your Everyday Mother book.

Add-on pages can be inserted into any Everyday Mother book, except for the Mini. Here is a video tutorial for adding your insert pages into your Everyday Mother book.


Coming home after 99 days in the NICU was...hard. My husband and I found ourselves in a new place, without the experts we trusted, with a child who had special needs. For me, I felt like I didn't know who my son was outside of the hospital, and it was terrifying.

I created The Everyday Mother to track what I was familiar with in the NICU - pumping, feeding, medical notes, sleep, diapers, and milestones. That information gave me the confidence to become an expert at truly understanding my infant son.

The Everyday Mother gave me the confidence I needed to thrive as a new parent, and I know it will do the same for you, too.