I hear the costs of having a baby are second only to starting your own sovereign nation on an island in the Gulf of Arabia. At least that’s how it seems. Of the several people I know with new babies or ones on the way, finances are tight, especially IN THIS ECONOMY. Hell, my hours have been slashed here leaving me in a state of half-time, like the undead equivalent of a member of our workforce and I’m sure the extra mouth my boss will have to feed will take care of the rest of my half-time wages. Children: the great resource-sucker. Speaking of suckers, kids sure like to suckle down that baby formula, and while it’s well known that mother’s milk is the best thing on earth for a baby, sometimes that little mouth needs more to feed on than mommy can provide. But how do you choose the right formula? Are you getting some lead-based brain death from China? Our sponsor of today’s blog suggests you check out this baby formula savings calculator and see how much money you could be saving bu buying generic formula instead of the name brand. You could be saving up to $600 a year per mouth. That’s a lot of diapers you could be buying.
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