The average baby costs more than $9,000 during his or her first year of life. Given this, parents are faced with tough budgeting decisions when it comes to their newest family member. Where can they save money? On which items should they avoid bargains in the interest of safety? 1000 Best Baby Bargains answers these important questions and more while providing parents with one thousand proven money-saving tips. Author Kimberly Danger, owner and operator of Mommysavers.com, has pulled together the essential tips that help parents save in all areas of their budget, including: ? The nursery-what to buy, what to borrow and what readers can live without ? Baby food-breastfeeding saves money, but so does pureed adult food ? Baby clothes-don't buy anything to size and borrow if you can ? Maternity clothes-thrift stores, garage sales and girlfriends ? Financial planning-budgets, college, wills and insurance
- Physical Description: 345 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2005-05-30
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