Libraries are filled with tons of FREE resources! I was able to check out loads of baby books, and some videos to gain the baby knowledge I was craving as a pregnant woman, for FREE! They also have a wall FULL of pamphlets, including some with information about classes and resources that the Hospital and Health Department offer. Once Howard gets a little bigger, we can check out books for him to read, as well as children's videos, and audio books. We can also reference the pamphlet wall for fun FREE local activities for us to do as a family. So, to save money, make sure you take advantage of all the FREE resources your library has to offer!
Thursday, October 30, 2014
I use coupons for almost everything I buy, or at least as much as I can. Baby necessities are no different. When I found out I was pregnant, I waited until the 20 week sonogram, and then I started stocking up. I shopped at CVS for diapers, since I could combine manufacturer coupons with CVS coupons, and get ECB's back for some super cheap jumbo packs. I picked up wipes at Giant combining sales with doubled coupons. And, I was able to pick up most of Howard's toiletry items at Target using the infamous $2/2 Up and Up Baby Items coupon. I could get baby powder for less than a $1, baby wash for about $0.49, and diaper creams for about $1.49. Those are AWESOME prices for those needed baby items! Needless to say, I stocked up, saved money, and haven't had to shop for any of these items since Howard was born. Couponing for the win!