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How to Budget for Your Baby

Learn how to save quickly and easily for your little one's arrival

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Even though it's still a few months away, we're counting down the arrival of our second daughter this winter.

Having gone through this a few years ago, we're not as stressed with getting ready.

Becoming parents has been a wonderfully big change in our lives and we're eager to see what will happen next as we become a family of four.

I'm excited to mention that Daily Finance interviewed us for their new Lifestage Lesson series about how we prepared for our first baby and what we've learned for our next one.

The team spent the day at home and getting a close-up view of how we manage.

Come check us out in the video!

If you can't see the video above, here's the direct link

Why Have a Baby Fund?

What expenses can you expect? Every family is different, but here are some bills we're expecting for our upcoming arrival:

There's no way we can anticipate every expense, but we have some peace of mind knowing that we have a system in place.

How to Financially Prepare for Your Baby

You can get more details in the video, but I just want to highlight some tips to help you get ready for the arrival of your little one.

Thoughts on Savings for a Baby

Whether or not you start a baby fund separate from other savings, the important take away is having savings can help you with this big transition.

You can focus on your bundle of joy instead of sweating over the finances.

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