Planners for moms?
Years ago, I used to use a Franklin Quest planner with two pages per day. And then I had a baby, stayed home full-time, and found out that babies don't "schedule" very well. Scheduling things by the hour just got, well, depressing, since nothing ever happened when it was scheduled. I switched to FC's Simplicity (two pages per week), but that didn't work quite right, either. My to-do list is usually huge and unwieldy, and it wasn't visible on the week-at-a-glance pages.
After I discovered D*I*Y, I developed my own planner. I find that a classic-sized two-page-per-month works great for all my scheduling (I usually try to plan only one or two things on any given day). The monthly calendar goes Monday thru Sunday, so weekend activities are together.
Then I use a two-page per week format. On the left side is a "To Do" page, where I can record either appointments or things that I need to accomplish. On the right side is a "Done" page, where I can take notes on anything that I did that week that I need to remember. I'm still tweaking this system, but I find that I'm using this a lot more than I was my old planner.
So, what do you use to help you stay on top of child confusion??
P.S. All my forms are designed in MS Word. (The dated calendar and weekly pages are generated from an Excel spreadsheet.) And yes, they're "girly" pages. I have a husband, a son, and two male cats. I am the only estrogen-producing life form in my house!!