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Old 12-16-2013, 08:03 AM

RE: Planning for a baby

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It also depends on how much outside support you have available. If you have a large extended family that already has children, you will probably receive lots of used items you don't have to buy. Our first child, we had to buy out the store on new stuff as nobody else had kids yet. However, 8 years later, when we had our second child, everybody gave us their kids stuff to use - bed, change table, clothes, monitor, bottles etc...we only had to buy food and diapers. Those are expensive. Our daughter has a food allergy and her formula costs us over $300 a month. Her diapers run around $60 a month+. However, if you are able to breast feed, cloth diaper, and stay home with your child, I imagine the cost is significantly less.
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