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Date Night Planning Printables

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I am so excited about this new planning pack! Today I’m bringing you the first installment in our The Busy Mom’s Life Map: Everything You Need to Organize Your Life series. Over the course of the next several months I will be bringing more printables your way.

Date Night Planning Printables - Part One of The Busy Moms Life Map

Several years ago I began a family planner. It is where I keep all our contact information, emergency information, bills, cleaning schedules and checklists and so much more. I decided I wanted to revamp it a little bit and add some color to make it pretty. Because…who doesn’t like pretty, right?

And who doesn’t like some time away from their children? Whether you have a standing weekly date night, monthly, quarterly or something in between, parents should always take the time to get away, even if just for a few hours at dinner. For years my husband and I had date nights about twice a year, due to his work schedule. That wasn’t nearly enough time to reconnect and enjoy each other outside the busy-ness and craziness of our home. Now that his schedule has changed, we try to get out at least every couple months. It doesn’t always happen, but we do try.

But, if you’re like me…its tough leaving your kiddos behind. You want to know they’re safe and that in case of an emergency the babysitter knows exactly what to do and how to contact you or someone you trust. That’s where these Date Night Planning Printables come in!

This set includes:

  • Family & Friends Contacts sheet – Print this sheet as many times as you need. This is a great way to keep close contacts at arms length in your binder. It is also a great reference for babysitter’s and those who may watch your kids for an extended period of time.
  • Emergency Contact Information (two versions) – This sheet contains all the important information you or your caretakers might need in case of an emergency. From local hospitals to doctors to allergy information for the children to insurance and more. I recommend keeping this in your binder, but you could also keep a copy of it on your refrigerator. Laminate it and use wipe-off markers to write in the numbers. This way you can update and change information as needed and its a quick reference for babysitters.
  • While We’re Out Printable – This is a quick and easy reference for any babysitter, grandparent or caretaker for your children. If you’re going out for the evening, simply put all the information on the sheet, post it on the refrigerator and voila! you’re ready to go. Again, I recommend laminating this sheet so you can use it over and over.

Keep an eye out for more printables coming soon!!

Get your Date Night Planning Printables – Part 1 of The Busy Mom’s Life Map

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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend for 12+ years. Together they are raising their four children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her  angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES with FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families and she gets her scrapbooking fix in by making Subway Art for herself and her readers. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, gluten- and grain-free recipes, homemaking, the occasional DIY projects and maintaining her sanity. You can also keep up with her via FacebookTwitter, Google+ and Pinterest.

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