Baby cost calculator

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  • #6908862

    the costs of these things aren’t all right so how do you really figure out the price of your baby, i saw a really nice crib, change table and dresser set for 230$, brand new, not just a crib for 399$ thats madness, I guess I’d have to work out my own

    #6908863

    WOW 1,737 THATS A LOT! BUT HOPEFULLY MY BABY SHOWER WILL ELIMINATE ALOT OF THE COSTS FOR ME:)

    #6908864

    wow 4,895 dollars for my triplets

    #6908865

    cassie82
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    Who would buy a second hand car seat or crib? :\ I mean clothes and toys I can understand (I will probably do that too) but second hand car seats and cribs just doesn’t sound safe.

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    mma5125
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    are u ladies calculating monthly or yearly bcos my yearly is $10888.00, i’m hoping to get some of my stuff from the shower, so day care really jacked up the price and OH! I live in North Jersey, that doesnt help either with cost. But Hubby and I will survive

    #6908867

    shesxchaotic
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    It’s hard to know for sure because it doesn’t account for things you will get at baby showers, other moms, gifts, etc. My husband and I are TTC and 21 and 23 but I have a 4 year old sister and 6 year old brother. Because of the age gap, my mom bought all new stuff with them and is giving it to me. So I already have a brand new crib (convertible) and swing along with tons of clothes, toys, books, etc. The only big ticket things we want are a dresser/changing table and a stroller/car seat/carrier. Other things we will register for and hopefully get most of them between work friends, friends, family, etc. Monthly costs are undeniable though like diapers, wipes, etc.

    #6908868

    Heaven
    Member

    please read my new blog ladies and give me some advice

    #6908869

    1moremakes4
    Participant

    This is completely off. I wish you could adjust it. Like the whole 5 blankets or wash cloths or whatever. And I wish I could find childcare that cheap!

    #6908870

    It’s actually no where as bad as I thought it would be. But I wrote it down and am hoping that I can stick as close to what the calculator says as possible.

    #6908871

    brianjen
    Member

    $790! lol….There is no way. I have 2 other kids and it did not cost me anywhere near that. lol.:)

    #6908872

    jumpingbean
    Member

    these prices must be american but it says 1795.00 for me for the first year and thats with me already having a crib, and 100 a year for clothes really what’s that like three pair of pants and a few shirts. Thank goodness I have friends with children.

    #6908873

    ErinB
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    There is also a site : inboxdollars.com where you get paid to read emails and complete offers. It’s not a lot but every little bit helps! Also a site : mypoints.com where you build points by reading emails and going through the site if you do online shopping and the points build up to redeem gift cards.

    #6908874

    sem54
    Member

    Ha! Mine came out to $6500. I WISH! With $1000 a month on daycare, there goes that estimate 🙁

    #6908875

    Lookalike
    Member

    This is rediculous. The first year is going to cost only $175. What about all the paint and the new bunk bed, and the cost of the hospital and OB, and all the pediatrician visits and the new medical insurance I have to get. Just because we’re saving money on the baby products doesn’t mean we are only going to spend $175! We’ve already spent $450 at the OB and we still have to pay the rest of the $400 and then go pre pay at the hospital.

    #6908876

    Mine is 1,826.00 and I am having twinsbut I have many friends that just had babies and I LOVE yard sales….

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