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Complete Book of Baby Bargains : 1,000+ Best Ways to Save Money Every Day
How to get the best for your baby on a budget
Yes, you really can afford it all!
The Complete Book of Baby Bargains is the one-stop bargain resource for every parent-to-be, with over 1,000 ideas used by real parents to save 20% to 80% on everything for baby.
The Best Money-Saving Secrets...
* The top 10 ways to save before baby arrives
* Brand-name baby clothes at rock-bottom prices
* Insider tips on the best values in baby gear
* Online deals for diapers and wipes
* When to expect big sales and how low they'll go
* Baby products you can make at home for free
* Creative solutions for baby announcements, maternity wear, nursery furniture, entertainment, toys, storage, and decor
All you need in one complete book!
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March 01, 2010
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Excerpt from Complete Book of Baby Bargains by Kimberly Danger
1. Once you become pregnant, your doctor will prescribe prenatal vitamins. Even if you have a reasonable co-pay, they can be expensive. Look for generic over-the-counter prenatal vitamins at discount stores and pharmacies to save even more money.
2. Pregnancy books, workout videos, etc., are great to have, but don't pay full price for them. They often wind up at secondhand stores, thrift shops, eBay, and consignment stores.
3. Better yet, borrow books from the library before purchasing them. If you don't see what you want, request it via interlibrary loan.
4. Don't buy an expensive body pillow from a maternity store. Wal-Mart carries a full-length pillow for under $10. If you find it to be too overstuffed for your liking, just open a seam and remove some of the fiberfill.
5. Steer clear of expensive creams that say they can prevent or erase stretch marks. While they sound wonderful, they can't live up to their claims. Heredity gave you stretch marks, and no amount of cream will erase them. On the upside, stretch marks do tend to fade with time.
6. Talk to your employer about the benefits you'll receive while on maternity leave. Some offer paid leave if you qualify. Most offer short-term disability for a short time after your baby is born, which is meant to cover your salary (or a portion of it) while you are unable to work due to illness or injury or childbirth.