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The Baby Cheapskate Guide to Bargains: How to Save on Blankets, Bottles, and Everything Baby Paperback – May 1, 2012
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The book is not only full of advice from Wynne, but also full of reader tips from moms. The best advice I ever got since I became a mom came from real moms and learning from their successes and failures. This book is full of them.
One of the best tips in the book was what are the "Needs", the "Extras", the "Later-Ons" and the "Really Cool Things" to register for. It can be so overwhelming going to Target or Babies R Us and deciding to what to register for. If you are a first time parent-to-be it can be hard to know for sure what and how much you are going to need. BABY CHEAPSKATE lays it all our for you.
The book also includes a wealth of information about signing up for coupons, baby clubs, and getting those all important discounts. With social media, you can also "follow" or "like" numerous baby related companies for discount opportunities.
One tip that I was thinking of when I read the book was related to the high chair. Wynne also addresses the high chair debate: to get one or not. If I was having another child I would NOT get a high chair. I found the clamp chair (a chair that clamps to a table/counter) and booster chairs to work just fine when the baby had outgrown a bouncy seat. The high chair takes up so much space and isn't easy to clean or move around. So, if you take anything at all from this review....save your money and skip the high chair!Read more ›
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I like in the book listed the best choice of certain baby item in their opinion. I liked the resources in this book for website and so on. These are all valuable information. Read morePublished on September 23, 2013 by Jeff Kuntz
So many options for a new parent to explore re purchases. This helped define those purchases as well as eliminate other purchases.Published on April 10, 2013 by Exmartian