There's plenty you can do to save money on your baby gear and care. Many of the things you can...
There's plenty you can do to save money on your baby gear and care. Many of the things you can do to save money include simply using what you already have. For example... Instead of baby wipes = use old washcloths, or cut up old cloth diapers. To make it easy, take all your washcloths and put them in a container with an easy to remove lid. Cover the cloths with water - just to soak, not dripping wet. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil (unless your baby is sensitive). Instead of bottles and sippy cups = breastfeed and once your baby is ready for water or juice, move to a non-breakable cup. Babies don't technically ever need a bottle or sippy. Instead of bibs = feed your baby sans clothing. Instead of a baby bath tub = bath your babe in the sink or in the tub. Tubs are harder. If you want to give your baby a bath in the tub, I suggest hopping in together. Make sure your partner is home so you don't have to stand up and get out of a slippery tub while holding a baby. Baby soap = if you buy a gentle formula soap and shampoo for your own use, your baby can use that. Baby water = um, you so don't need this. Use tap water or filtered tap water. Baby laundry detergent = buy non-scented, gentle soap for the whole family and use that. What other tips can you think of?

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