The cost of rearing a child is a mind-boggling $233,610, according to a recent study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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.
One of the most exciting milestones for new parents is registering for baby gifts. It’s so much fun to enter your local store, sign up for the baby registry, and head to the baby section, scanning gun in hand.
It’s no secret that preparing for your baby’s arrival is an expensive proposition, especially when it comes to outfitting your nursery.
Games that promote your baby’s sense of touch are easy to play and important for your baby’s understanding of the world.
What’s the best baby invention of the past 10 years? BabyBjorn? Nope. Portable bottle warmers? No way. Diaper Genie? Not even close. These practical tidbits pale in comparison to the most important baby invention of the 21st century … rock ‘n roll onesies. Words can’t even begin to describe the pride you’ll feel when your little one puts on his or her Nirvana onesie for the first time. It’s definitely an Instagram moment. Never mind that the baby doesn’t know the difference between Dora and Devo. Who cares? They look adorable! The downside to rockin’ onesies? The price. Add a Daft Punk logo to a plain onesie and you’re looking…[more]
Quick tips for how to become a baby clothes shopping pro.
It’s no secret that adding a new little member to your family can dramatically affect your finances. By some estimates, the average family spends about $10,000 before their child reaches the age of two.