Baby’s can be expensive; that’s nothing new. But could you be cutting corners on items like clothing, diapers, and baby food? Some parents say you can. Check out these 10 tips for saving money on baby items.
Are you planning to start potty training soon? Even if you’ve already started and haven’t had much success, maybe it’s because you haven’t tried these potty training tips and tricks. From Elmo to M&Ms, there’s something to entice every little hiney to ditch the diapers!
One of the most prominent debates amongst parents is the old cloth versus disposable diaper debate. Which one’s better for baby? Which one is better for the environment? Giggle Gab’s Ali Wing takes a look at the great diaper debate and the pros and cons of each type.
There are holidays like Christmas, Halloween and the 4th of July that most everyone celebrates and then there are the secret holidays that only parents can enjoy: back to school day, diaper independence day or seat belt click it day anyone? What are your favorite “parent holidays?”
There’s no doubt about it, diapers are expensive, and your baby will go through thousands of them in his or her lifetime. One of the best ways to save money as a new parent is to attempt to use cloth diapers. This will save you thousands of dollars and lots of room in your trash can. But how can you make diapering your baby even cheaper? Natural Parenting has 13 frugal diaper tips, including everything from making your own diapers to making your own wipes.
Let’s face it, everyone lies, but it seems as though moms take the cake when it comes to telling a little fib or two. Ever hand the baby off to dad and find yourself feigning surprise that the little one has a dirty diaper? Ever tell your kids a monster will come steal their toys if they don’t clean them up? You’re not alone.
Disposable diapers have been around for over half a century, but there’s hardly a mom in the world who hasn’t thought about the old “cloth vs. disposable” diaper debate. Often, the argument turns into a matter of convenience and your child’s health matched up against the matter of the environment and your child’s health. Today Parenting takes a look at the age-old debate and talks to moms who are using both cloth and disposable diapers.