For many parents, it may not be financially possible to stay home with the kids full-time. Often, both parents have to work just to keep those little mouths fed. And as we know, child care isn’t cheap. Now for the good news:
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As soon as you become pregnant, you start to notice it—the blitzkrieg of marketing trying to sell you x, y and z “must-have” baby products. The reality, however, is much different.
When times are tough, many of us do the usual things to save money. We download coupons, carefully plan trips to save gas, and replace Netflix with Redbox. While these are effective, you’re only scratching the surface.
It’s every parent’s nightmare: you’re stuck in a long line at the drive-through or in the middle of a road trip, and your kids are growing bored, loud and impatient. …But don’t pull out the iPad just yet!