How to Dodge the 6 Costly Pitfalls of Parenthood

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Let’s be honest: Having a kid is becoming more expensive as the years go by! Recently, men and women met online to reveal how to dodge costly parenthood pitfalls.

Baby on a Budget

Countless parents are grossed out by using reusable diapers (which is understandable) or feel like it’s too much of a hassle (which isn’t true). Countless new parents confess that using reusable diapers is more manageable than they thought.

1. Use Reusable Diapers

While it’s true that babies outgrow clothing quickly, many parents confess that purchasing higher-quality clothes for their children in the long run is beneficial.

2. Buy Durable, Long-Lasting Clothes

One parent puts it all into perspective. “Honestly, babies don’t need a lot, ” one woman says plainly. “Don’t waste money on a million different gadgets to put them in.

3. Don’t Overthink Things

One of the best ways to keep a few extra dollars in your wallet is to avoid purchasing pricey, big-name playmats. Trust me: Your kids won’t know the difference. “I kept waiting for an expensive playmat to be worth it,” confesses one mom.

4. Avoid Pricey Playmats

Sure, it’s always nice to have extra blankets on hand, but once your child becomes too old for swaddling, you’re left with a lot of blankets that, quite frankly, won’t be used anymore! It’s best to put your money towards other baby-related things instead.

5. Don’t Go Overboard on Blankets

Even though they’re trendy, more and more people are coming around to the fact that jumpers aren’t worth the money in 2023. “My mom insisted on buying us a jumper, and we never use it,” one parent says.

6. Stay Away From Jumpers

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