our little one is 8 months old and I am trying to think outside the box in how to save costs, without of course doing it on the baby's expense.
do you have any tips and tricks to share when it comes to saving some money?
I use vinted, look for vouchers, got plenty of items secondhand, when it comes to weaning food we cook healthy at home.
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Do you have Sky/Virgin TV? Broadband price? Are you in contract for all?
Home/Pet insurance are you in contract?
Mobile phones when are your contracts due for renewal can you go sim only for a couple of years instead of paying for a handset?
How many subscription services like Netflix/Now/Disney?
Do you buy takeaways?
buy supermarket brands instead of the big brands for nappies and baby wipes.
buy a hand blender and make your own fresh baby food each day, tin carrots,potato,ect ect.. for the bit you need out each tine you can make 2-3 days food with just a few tines of food.
charity chops for quite a few room decorations
if you use facebook look on your local for sales pages their can be bargains or free stuff
you local council food banks are also a great help, my local food bank also has a table with small toys. and when you go tell then you have a baby and you might get baby food items.