Angie Wynne is a longtime internet friend who has cracked the code for saving money with babies. She maintains a delightfully useful and awesome blog (BabyCheapskate.com) featuring the good deals (Britax sales, deals at Old Navy) along with the best prices on formula and diapers. I don’t know where she finds the energy, but her perseverance is our gain.
After years of blogging about baby deals and steals, she has poured her hard-earned knowledge into a terrific book: The Baby Cheapskate Guide to Bargains: How to Save on Blankets, Bottles, and Everything Baby. It is a handy, easy-to-use reference for all parents of small children. Even flipping through a few pages, I learned a bunch of smack-myself-in-the-forehead wish-I’d-learned-this-sooner tricks.
Angie has provided three copies of her new book to Rookie Moms readers. US Only. Other rules apply.
I love my babies and seeing their happy faces but I hate spending all my money on stuff. If you’re with me on this, enter to win Angie’s terrific book. Or suck it up and buy one on Amazon (or borrow one from a friend, I’m sure she’d approve).
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