We use an SBAR format (situation, background, assessment, recommendations), and I usually use a separate sheet for each of my patients if I am on a full 12-hour shift. Our sheet is divided into several columns (name, history, respiratory, IV, feedings, labs, meds, miscellaneous), and it is printed in a landscape view. We give report to fit that format...starting with name and history, moving on to care schedule and vital signs schedule, and then moving into respiratory status (this would also include any breathing treatments the baby gets), IV status (where the IV is placed, what fluids are infusing, any flush schedule, any drips), feeding and GI information (under this column we list feeding type and route, placement of feeding tubes, abdominal girth, and last stool), labs and studies for the next day, medications and schedule, and miscellaneous (any additional history that didn't fit in the history column, ECHO, head U/S, x-ray results, when the parents will be back, etc.).
We also have the same sheet divided in half and into thirds for nurses who don't take down quite as many notes, but I use the full sheet for each patient because I then take all my notes on the back of each patient sheets for my assessments throughout the shift.
Hope this helps!