Parenting

A collection of posts sharing advice, guidance and thoughts on parenting on the Baby Budgeting blog.

Why Parents Should Consider a Career in Nursing

There are many reasons why you may only just now, or at least recently, be looking for a new career as a parent. Perhaps you…

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Having a Career as a Parent

When you have a baby, or when you have children, it can be difficult to find yourself once more. Most likely, all of your time…

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5 Money-Saving Tips for Large Families

If you have a large family with over three children, finding ways to cut costs can be rather challenging. It’s not easy to reduce your…

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5 Methods of Managing Money with a Newborn

Are you a first-time, second-time, or third-time parent? We understand that every parent is different, and managing money with a newborn is almost always a…

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Gifts for Grandparents from Grandchildren

Gifts for grandparents from grandchildren can be tricky so I have done thinking for you and come up with my 5 top tips for brilliant…

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Prepare For Your Baby’s Arrival – On a Budget!

So you’re on the journey to becoming a parent, you’ve done your research and asked all the questions you can think of. With all the…

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Halloween-inspired books for pre-schoolers

Your little monster might be keen to join in the Halloween festivities this year, but some of the fun and games that take place at…

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How to Be An Eco-Parent!

Being a parent is a big enough challenge to face without having to worry about the impact you have on the planet.  But being an…

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How to Safely Introduce Your Dog to Your New-born Baby

Firstly, congratulations on the birth of your new baby! With your family just a little bit bigger, you’ve likely prepared your house for their arrival…

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8 Tips for Flying with Toddlers and Young Kids

Travelling with a toddler or your young children can be a challenge if you are not adequately prepared. Flying is not always the most pleasant…

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4 useful ways to protect your home from common toddler messes

Learning to walk is a huge development in a young child’s life, and there are few things more exhilarating and emotional for parents than watching…

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7 Screen-Free Summer Activities to Do with Your Kids

Summer has finally arrived and while that means more time soaking up the sun at the beach and having popsicles by the pool, it also…

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Mommy Money: Financial Advice Before the Baby Comes

Having a baby in the UK is an expensive proposition. According to CNBC, in the United Kingdom, it currently costs about £1670 for a vaginal…

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Planning For Your Next Baby: Tips for Modern Families   

Making the decision to grow your family and to have another family member is no easy feat. You must consider all the aspects of bringing a life into the world, for it is a rather large…

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The importance of life insurance for parents

Life insurance provides financial protection when someone passes away. For parents, life insurance is especially important because it provides you with the peace of mind…

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Do single parents need income protection?

If you are a daytime TV watcher, you’ll have seen your fair share of life insurance adverts. They are usually aimed at the older generation,…

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Signs of Hearing Loss in Babies

All newborns are now screened for deafness before leaving the maternity ward. But some hearing impairments can develop over time, including compromising language access. Therefore,…

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Nursery Wall Decals – Baby Room Decor on a Budget

Nursery wall decals are the answer when you are looking to decorate your baby’s room on a budget. Wallpaper can be price y and can…

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Ways to Organize Your Nursery for a Happy Mum and a Happy Baby

The first few weeks and months of a baby’s life revolve around feeding, sleeping, washing, and cuddling. It’s a simple routine that can get quite…

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Feel Pregnancy Supplement Review

Do you need pregnancy supplements? What do they do? And when should you take them? In this blog post I look at the needs of…

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