Say No To Baby Blues

I am extremely lucky I never had any form of postpartum depression/baby blues with any of my children. I have on the other hand had the baby blues over the cost of having babies. They say a baby will be the most expensive investment of your life. I second that one. On average a newborn baby goes through 10-15 diapers a day. They start using less as they get older but then potty training doesn't start til around 18 months to 2 years old. That my friends is a lot of diapers. Now if your lucky enough to be able to breastfeed, do it. Formula can range between 20-25 dollars per container. You usually go through one in about a week so that adds up fast. Then they begin solids, they grow out of all their clothes, they need toys, the list goes on and on. So how do you have a baby on a small budget? Here is how :

Mrs. January has a great baby on a budget piece.

Smart Canucks has everything from freebies to flyers and more.

Gail Vaz Oxlade from Til Debt Do Us Part has everything on finances.

Baby Center has answers to all your questions about baby.

Plus you can ask me via my contact form. I love hearing from people.

Now if your like some people out there who prefer pets to kids, there are ways for you to save money on them as well.
Pets pets pets can help you select the perfect pet for your needs.
I love dogs  has a ton of free stuff for your pooch.
Free Pet Stuff  over on FB has lots of info for you and your pet.
Purina Pro Club is for serious dog and cat lovers.
Always check the awesome freebie sites I have listed on my favorite sites and blogs page they all have free pet stuff.
Enjoy! Have a great day!


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