My daughter has her own “iPhone.” Or more accurately, she has a clear plastic iPhone bumper cover with a paper image of an iPhone screen taped into it. It’s her favorite phony phone toy – she prefers it to her rotary and flip styles – and she seems to like it as much (or nearly much) as my real iPhone. Here’s how I cobbled the fake iPhone toy together.
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They’re called non-toy toys, un-toys or just simple items you have around the house. Wooden spoons, pots, pans, old purses and wallets fall into this category and so do these four great, and free, non-toy toys.
Hint Mama offers her list of seven waste-of-money baby products.
Consider hiring a childproofer to do the child proofing for you. Paying for professional help with childproofing is many parents’ little time saving secret.
When you’re registering for your pending bundle of joy, consider adding basics like diapers to your list.
I call this hint for saving money on toys “the rotation strategy.”
When you’re a soon-to-be or new parent, figuring out all the gear you need (from a strollers to sleep sacks) can be daunting. To make the process easier, here are two important words to know: Baby Bargains.
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