Nifty·Posted on Mar 25, 201323 Incredibly Helpful Diagrams For Moms-To-BeThere are just so many little things to keep track of when you're expecting. Just remember: "There's a chart for that."by Peggy WangBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use this chart to gauge how much exercise is appropriate during pregnancy. treadmillreviewguru.com 2. Practice your posture. pinterest.com 3. pinkpistachio.com 4. The bare necessities (also, what to ask for on your baby registry). pregnantchicken.com 5. Learn how to swaddle the babe. pinterest.com 6. What to eat while breast-feeding: healthfulmama.com Because certain foods can cause indigestion and gas for baby AND mom. 7. A simple child-harness safety guide: pinterest.com 8. More tips for a rear-facing car seat: pinterest.com 9. Know your infant CPR. depts.washington.edu You can also read the complete pediatric first aid guide here. 10. Baby reflexology guide: how-do-it.com Even if you don't believe in this stuff, it never hurts to try when you're at wits' end. 11. Sizing charts for popular baby clothing brands makes shopping infinitely easier: consignmentmommies.com 12. A simple nutrition guide: toddlertastes.blogspot.com.au 13. Teething chart: finds.hellobee.com Now you know what those teeth are/should be doing. 14. hellobee.com 15. What your baby is communicating to you: drmomma.org 16. A newborn survival guide: mygofer.com 17. howtobeadad.com 18. The formula feeding guide: babble.com 19. What to feed your baby at different ages: katherineholly.com 20. Print out this weaning chart... design-kat.com It will help you keep track of foods you're introducing to your child. Download the full chart here. 21. Use this handy chart to determine how much sleep is appropriate for your child. familysponge.com 22. How to sleep-train your baby: infographicszone.com Get the full infographic here. 23. What to expect from your baby's development: pacenet.org Want great parenting tips in your inbox twice a week? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Parents newsletter!