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Baby Bargains: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on baby furniture, gear, clothes, strollers, maternity wear and much, much more! Paperback – April 18, 2015
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Wow we are new parents to be and this was recommended by another expecting new mom. She wasn't wrong when she told me the best guidance you can ask for. We needed this to help us weeding out all these product choices using the safety and popularity rating in this book. Our registry is based on this book and this is a must have for all new parents out there. It is well organized and detailed by category. It lists the pros and cons and rating under each item. I do agree with one reviewer out there. It could be expanded to include more product lines such as toys, baby gyms, rock n plays, clothing, and baby bath essentials. Other than that this book is a must have to help you as a new parent get a good head start! Highly recommend.
Edited, September 3, 2015:
Downgraded from 4 to 3 stars. I've nearly followed the advice of this book to a T, putting the "best" recommended items on my baby registry. Due to some very generous friends and family, I've received all of the big ticket items I've asked for, including an activity center, high chair, convertible car seat and baby carrier. However, since having my baby, I've found a wealth of knowledge on mommy forums and facebook groups of women who gave birth in the same month/year as me. They purchased these bigger items as their babies needed them, and discussed back and forth which ones were better or more interesting for their baby. I've regretted several "recommended" purchases from this book already, such as the high chair and carrier. I regret getting a convertible car seat so early because the clock is ticking on that one and my 7 month old baby is still using his infant seat (although some babies switched to a convertible car seat as early as 2-3 months). I regret getting the boba 3g carrier that this book recommended. It was expensive and not the easiest to use. Who knew that TULAS are all the rage?? Not only do they retain their value, but they seem to resell for MORE than regular price since the designs are so coveted.