The Baby Growth Chart Widget By BabyCalculators

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One of the concern that every mom shares is that their babies are not growing at an optimal rate. Problem is, this means the usual visit to their pediatrician and you know what that means.

Yes, doctor’s consultation fee for every visit which can be costly as the visits keep pouring on. The pediatrician usually would track the height and weight of the baby on a paper growth chart. Now, rather than letting the doctor do this, moms can track their children’s growth without a doctor visit by using an online growth chart application that everyone can use anytime.

The Baby Growth Chart Widget uses international standards developed by the World Health Organization. The percentiles in the growth chart represent child growth rates in an optimal environment.

The widget is easy to use and adds great value to mom blogs. The growth chart generated can be saved as an image or printed. It is also configurable to fit nicely into most websites. Website owners can configure it to use the metric measuring system or the U.S. measuring system depending on their target audience.

The Baby Weight Chart widget helps make mom blogs more engaging, enticing visiting moms to stay longer and to come back in the future to use the tool. You should check it out!


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  • http://hayleyhardman.wordpress.com/2012/10/19/dd-part-8-victory-finish/ Jerri R. Reilly

    There is a very good chance that the measurement taken at 15 months was incorrect. This would make it appear to your pediatrician that your daughter’s head circumference had not grown in three months. Between 15 and 18 months of age, the average child’s head size only grows 1/4″, making the possibility of an inaccurate measurement even more likely. We would like to see a chart of the child’s head growth over the last six months.