My Infant Health Binder (Printable E-book)


The ultimate organizational solution to keep track of your infant’s healthcare and development.

An infant health binder is a convenient way to store all of your child’s health information and paperwork.  It is a great way to get organized!

The My Infant Health Binder from Naturopathic Pediatrics is unique!  More than just providing a place to store information, this printable e-book is designed to support families through the first year of your baby’s life.  Our section of Well Child Guides (included!) answer many common questions about infant development.  Best of all, it gives a naturopathic perspective on how infants ideally grow and thrive.  This includes supporting the whole family! This printable e-book is stuffed full of wonderful tips and tricks to naturally support your child’s health.


Erika Krumbeck, ND

Erika Krumbeck, ND is founder of Naturopathic and the owner of Montana Whole Health, a naturopathic clinic in Missoula, Montana. She received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University and is a licensed physician in the state of Montana.

Dr. Krumbeck is one of few physicians specializing in the treatment of chronic health conditions in children.

Dr. Krumbeck likes to practice her own healthy lifestyle with her wonderful husband Jason, a physical therapist, and their children Annika and Leopold. 

She is a professional member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians.

An infant health binder is a convenient way to store all of your child’s health information and paperwork.  It is flexible to meet your needs. 

Some families will use their infant health binder to store basics, track milestones and to be proactive about preventing future health problems.  Other families may have a child with complex or chronic health conditions, and will want to add additional sections to track medication or supplement use, develop care plans, keep track of specialists, or keep breastfeeding or supplemental feeding logs.  

Included in My Infant Health Binder

67 pages of content, including:

  • Six Well Child Guides* for ages newborn, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months of age.  Each well child guide includes a naturopathic approach to supporting your child’s health at each developmental stage. (See what is included in each Well Child Guide below.) Each guide also includes pages to take notes, track development and growth, and log vaccinations.
  • Six Herb Guides* (“Monographs”), one for each developmental stage that includes herbs appropriate for each age group.  Each herb guide includes information on the active constituents of the herb, safety information, what the herb is typically used for, and conversion guides based on weight.
  • Three different covers to choose from and two spines (if you have a 1″ binder).
  • Additional pages including an Emergency Contact sheet, Medication/Supplement list, Appointment log, list of Lab Tests & Procedures, Insurance form, Specialists List with contact information for easy reference, Breastfeeding Log, Bottles/Solid Foods log, Vaccine Notes page, a Vaccine Planning chart, and a sheet for general Notes (you can print as many of these as you’d like if you are a big note-taker like some of us are).
  • A template for printable tabs – we recommend Avery Index Maker Clear Label Dividers with 5 White Tabs (5 sets). 


(Not included)

This is a printable e-book, which means you will need to print the pages at home or a convenient location. (You can send the whole file to FedEx office or a similar location and they will print it for you.) This lets families choose what sections are relevant for them.  Plus you can print extra notes pages if needed, multiple copies of the breastfeeding log, or whatever is specific to your child.

You can decide to print the whole guide in color or black & white, we designed the inside pages to print very nicely either way.   We recommend purchasing a 1/2″ or 1″ binder, and Avery Index Maker Clear Label Dividers with 5 White Tabs (5 sets).  Some families really like to get some clear sheet protectors or pocket dividers to store additional items (like insurance cards, your baby’s footprints, etc.)

Then assemble your heart away!  (We promise it is super satisfying!)


Included in the Newborn Well Child Guide

  • Normal reflexes and development
  • How far your baby can see
  • Tricks for initiating breastfeeding
  • What to expect for diaper changes in the first week of life
  • When to introduce a bottle or pacifier
  • Safe sleep practices, and how to reduce your child’s risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  • Normal/average awake time for newborns
  • General safety tips
  • Tips for new Moms and Dads including advice on Baby Blues, Postpartum Depression, and how to take care of yourself!
  • Information about when to expect growth spurts, Wonder Weeks™, average weight gain and upcoming developmental milestones between newborn and 2 months.*

Included in the 2 Month Well Child Guide

  • Normal development at two months
  • What your baby can see! (Shapes, colors, etc.)
  • Tricks for maintaining good breastmilk supply
  • Normal sleep patterns for a breastfed baby, nighttime wakings and when to start sleep training.  (Hint: it’s not now!)
  • Safety tips
  • Baby carrier safety
  • How often to expect diaper changes
  • Tricks for baby colds and congestion
  • Colic
  • Tips for Moms and Dads including advice on fatigue and Postpartum Depression.
  • Vaccines – which vaccines are typically recommended at the 2 month visit, what are common “reactions” to vaccines, comfort strategies and what NOT to do after immunizations.

Included in the 4 Month Well Child Guide

  • Normal development at four months
  • Tricks for nursing your baby
  • Solid food introductions and how to reduce your child’s risk of food allergies.
  • Teething tricks and tips – and what NOT to do!
  • Sleep, sleep training, and why you should wait to sleep train until your baby can play “Peekaboo!”
  • Safety tips
  • How to manage a fever naturally
  • Tips for Moms and Dads including advice on fatigue and Postpartum Depression.
  • Vaccines – which vaccines are typically recommended at the 4 month visit, what are common “reactions” to vaccines, comfort strategies and what NOT to do after immunizations.

Included in the 6 Month Well Child Guide

  • Normal development at six months
  • Solid food introductions: signs your baby is ready for solid foods, great first foods, how to start Baby Led Weaning, the importance of iron-containing foods, how to detect a food sensitivity, and foods NOT to give babies.  We have included a number of food charts with examples of great “first” foods,  “next” foods and iron-containing foods.
  • Sleep: average awake time, number of naps, bedtime routines and more.
  • Safety tips: there are lots of them for babies who will shortly be on the move!
  • Vaccines – which vaccines are typically recommended at the 6 month visit.
  • What to expect between 6 and 9 months.

Included in the 9 month well child guide

  • Normal development at nine months, including a handy chart that shows the average age and age range for a number of developmental milestones (like crawling, pulling to stand, walking).
  • When to be concerned about your child’s development.
  • Diet: transitioning to more solid foods, drinking from a cup, choking hazards, iron-containing foods and more.
  • Normal sleep at nine months: average awake time, sleeping through the night, resisting sleep, and more.
  • What parents may be feeling, taking time for yourself, how to take care of yourself.
  • Social considerations: separation anxiety, sibling rivalry, establishing the framework for discipline.
  • Safety tips: Poison Control Center, safe sunscreens, and many more safety tips.
  • What to expect from your baby between 9 and 12 months.

Included in the 12 Month Well Child Guide

  • Normal development at twelve months
  • Visual development
  • Social development, how to support your child’s developing independence, and how to deal with tantrums
  • Language development, how to encourage your child to communicate their needs, how to NOT speak to your child (common things that parents do that impede language development)
  • When to be concerned
  • Dietary advice, including cow’s milk introductions (or alternate milks), preventing obesity, toddler appetites, how often your child should be eating
  • Diapers and when to toilet train (hint: not yet!)
  • Sleep, and how to help with the 2 to 1 nap transition
  • Screen time
  • Safety and general health tips
  • Information about vaccines, including live virus vaccines like MMR and Varicella.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.  

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