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Family Budget

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kathbabyemporium Fri 05-Dec-14 05:14:27

I was reading through general news online and came across a recent article about overspending on your kids. It has tips on reducing costs for: buying toys and everything kids need, childcare and education, birthday parties, entertainment, holidays and so on.

Thought it is something to consider for the holiday season and all year round!

TalkinPeace Fri 05-Dec-14 22:02:37

buy what you need
end of

CogitOIOIO Fri 05-Dec-14 22:04:16

Don't pull a cat's tail or it might scratch you.... hmm

lovingmatleave Fri 05-Dec-14 23:30:52

Sounds good. Trying v. hard not to overspend on youngest, after realising with older one we spent so much unnecessarily. Could you post a link?

kathbabyemporium Sat 06-Dec-14 22:54:38

Hello lovingmatleave,

I am not sure if I am allowed to post the link. The article is called 12 Ways You're Overspending On Your Kids by Allison Martin, November 11 2014. Enter this information into your browser and it should come up.

I apologise for the delay in replying. Thank you for your kindness and seasons greetings.

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