The first sheet was initially used for my eldest daughter’s, father and I to communicate more effectively between visits. That way neither party would forget to share important dates or details and we could co-parent more consistently and effectively. But it has also been beneficial in tracking her moods, medications (she has ADHD) and even identifying some food intolerances in my youngest daughter.
The last two Printables were used during our last Triple P refresher to track our progress and identify patterns in our children’s behavior so that we could make the necessary changes to help prevent reoccurrences. (For more info on Triple P Parenting Program, click on the link above.)
However, it could prove useful for many different parenting strategies. The last two sheets can also be used to identify behavioral patterns in correlation to food and sleep to help identify food tolerances/allergies and or sleep requirements/sleep disorders.