The Baby Due Date Chart is a simple yet effective tool for expectant mothers to estimate their baby's due date.
By adding 280 days (approximately 9 months and 7 days) to the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP), this chart helps in predicting the arrival of a new family member.
The chart is organized by months, with color-coded squares to easily locate the LMP and find the corresponding estimated delivery date (EDD). This chart is designed to be printed in A4 or US Letter size, fitting comfortably into personal planners or on display at home.
It is offered in various colors, providing a personal touch to the exciting journey towards parenthood. This chart isn't just a calendar; it's a countdown to one of life’s most precious moments.
Size of this Baby Due Date Chart
You get both A4 and US Letter sized versions, meaning this Baby Due Date Chart is compatible with printers around the world. You are given pdf files in a zipped folder.
Colors of this Baby Due Date Chart
Upon purchasing, you get this Baby Due Date Chart in 8 colors. Choose your favorite, or mix, match and color code your planner to suit your own personal preferences. Colors included:
Instant digital download (nothing will be shipped).
You are given .pdf file(s). These files are NOT EDITABLE, and are made to be printed as is.
Printables on this site are for personal use only. You may not alter, redistribute, or resell them for monetary
All products in this store are digital; no physical products will be shipped.
Printables on this site are for personal use only. You may not alter, redistribute, or resell them for monetary gain. You can read the full set of terms and conditions here.
Due to the range of technology now available, we are unable to provide any technical help at this time.
Most of our products are delivered to you in a ZIP file. Within this zipped file, your printables will be in .PDF format. The PDF files you receive will be non-editable, and are designed to be printed as is.
A PDF viewer is required to open, view and print the items. Most computers today come pre-loaded with Adobe Reader. If your computer does not have it installed, you can download it here for free.
It is recommended that you purchase on a computer (windows/mac), rather than a mobile device or tablet. Most mobile devices such as phones and ipads, do not allow for downloading through a link.
Unzipping a compressed file
On a laptop or PC - Save the folder to your computer. Double clicking the compressed file will work in most situations. If not, right-click and select, "Extract All. If you would then like the files on. your mobile device, you can add them to iCloud or Dropbox. Sometimes, apps on your browser may affect the download process. If this occurs, please try using a different browser.
On a mobile device – Most mobile devices will require a special app to extract the files from a compressed folder. For this reason we suggest against using these devices. If you require an app, we recommend "File explorer Free to unzip the compressed file. Using the file explorer app, you can extract the files and save onto your mobile device. Some mobile devices allow you to long press the zipped file icon and then click "Extract." without downloading a special app first.
If you can't find the file once it's downloaded, try looking in Downloads under my Computer or search the title of the file on your computer for where it could be hiding.