Parenting Money Tips
Kids are expensive! There’s no shortage of things to buy when it comes to your children.
How do you save money as a parent while still giving your child a bright future?
Whether you have a baby, toddler, grade-schooler or teenager, here are tips from real parents.
Free Baby Samples Yes - if you're a new or expecting mother, you're eligible to receive free baby things! Many of these freebies you can get just by registering online. The gifts will be sent by mail. And you don't have to fill out surveys! Where and how can I...read more
What are the best presents for a 1 year old? Between my daughter turning 1 recently and going to kid's birthday parties, this question has been coming up a lot! What were her favorite 1st birthday gifts? What did we love amongst her presents that we want to buy for...read more
How do you plan a first birthday party on a budget? The first birthday party anxiety is real! The first birthday is a big deal. When you look on social media, you see pictures of extravagant first birthday bashes! With sparkly backdrops. Elaborate candy bars. When my...read more
What are the things you need after giving birth? Where's the postpartum care box registry? All throughout the 9 months of pregnancy, you're preparing for the baby's arrival. You make the announcement to your family and friends. Have a baby shower. Get all these cute...read more
What are the breastfeeding necessities? All you really need for breastfeeding is your breast and your baby. As a money-conscious person, I hate buying more than what I need. In my experience, breastfeeding is not easy. Before my baby came, I didn't know...read more
What's your financial advice for parents? Do you feel like your kid is costing an arm and a leg? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, every child costs mom and dad $233,610. And that's only up until 17 and doesn't include college expenses! As a...read more
What do babies need at 6 months? Between 6-12 months, your baby changes so much! It's an entirely different experience from 0-6 months. You're introducing solids. Your baby is learning to sit up, crawl, stand and walk. He or she is talking and teething more, grabbing...read more
Financial Education for Kids - where do you start? How do I teach my child about finances? Often a parent's first introduction to talking to kids about money is: Mommy, are we rich? Are we poor? How much money do you make? Why couldn't you be a doctor or lawyer...read more
What's the difference between the rich vs. poor mindset? It's all about how you think and use money. Look at Robert Kiyosaki who Celebrity Net Worth estimates as having $80 million. He's the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, one of the best-selling personal finance books...read more
What are the baby essentials for the first 3 months? The first three months are both exhilarating and exhausting. You're excited to finally care for your little one, but there's a huge learning curve. You want to arm yourself with all of the best products and gear....read more