Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Crawl before Walking; Expecting a New Addition to the Family Is Exciting but Shopping for a New Bub Can Be Overwhelming. with a Massive Range of Baby Products on the Market, Do Some Research before Hitting the Stores and Check out the Latest Practical Offerings Available for New Parents

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Crawl before Walking; Expecting a New Addition to the Family Is Exciting but Shopping for a New Bub Can Be Overwhelming. with a Massive Range of Baby Products on the Market, Do Some Research before Hitting the Stores and Check out the Latest Practical Offerings Available for New Parents

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Tips to help expecting parents save money

WAIT and see what you need: Buy a few essentials and then spend carefully as the need arises.

Make a wish list for friends and relatives: Try to think ahead so you will know what you need when someone asks what to give you.

Avoid buying expensive things your baby will soon outgrow.

Don't underestimate the value of easy care, ideally you want to be able to throw the item in the washing machine and perhaps the dryer.

Think about renting or borrowing some items a for example, many libraries offer toys and children's books and some councils and community organisations provide baby car capsules for hire.

Shop around and take advantage of sales. Source: CHOICE

Uniden baby monitor

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Snazzy Baby Knee Pads

WHEN Cyndy Mundy bathed her screaming young son she noticed his knees where red, raw and bruised from crawling. To combat this problem and help all babies overcome the milestone of learning to crawl she developed Snazzy Baby Knee Pads.

Ergonomically designed, the knee pads provide protection without restricting movement or circulation. …

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