All Things Baby – And How to SAVE On Them All Too!

Save big on all things baby… Ok, you probably know that I’m a frugal type. I’ve always been careful with my money, always searched out the best deals, always invented new ways to stretch my dollars further. This comes from growing up poor… {Like, real poor. Like, family that the church sponsored one year at Christmas.} I watched my mom use our very meager resources in creative ways, always making sure that life was still fun and full – even on a low budget. That background has helped me in so many ways as an adult, and I’m so grateful for it. I never could have made it as a new mom without those frugal skills….

Sales on cribs

How I saved money as a new mom

When I found out that I was pregnant, and going to be a new mom –  my life had a lot more than the usual changes. {Read a little more about my new mom chaos here.} So Abby was going to have to share a room with Mike and I – which really helped me limit my spending, since there was such limited space. But the first thing that I bought was this awesome crib from Sears – the Canton 4-in-1 Convertible Crib, by Delta. It totally helps you save because you can use it for a super long time – as a crib, converted into a toddler bed or daybed, and then later on as the head and footboard for a full size bed. Love it! And – it’s just one of the many items on sale right now during the Sears All Things Baby Sale. They’ve got almost every thing you can think of for baby on sale – from on the go gear like strollers and car seats, to home essentials like cribs and changing tables. You’ll even find the fun stuff – like clothes, toys, and accessories – all at low sale prices! {Get more: 10 Tips to Save Big on Baby Essentials.}

All Things Baby Sale

A mantra for new parents…

Making the best nest starts with giving your wallet a rest. But the list never ends, right? It seems that preparing psychically, mentally and emotionally aren’t the only things you need to worry about when it comes to expecting a baby these days. Having a little one calls for some big decisions like choosing the best pediatrician and making a birth plan. The last thing weighing on your mind should be the status of your bank account.

That’s why the Sears ‘All Things Baby’ sale was practically made for you. Similar to the effects of prenatal yoga, saving money on baby essentials can be a huge relief. Now get back to concentrating on the important things like what color you’ll be painting the nursery. If by chance you forget something on your list, just follow our favorite advice from real parents: Improvisation is OK! Learn more by following @Sears and #Baby on Twitter. And – friends don’t let friends pay full price, so click here to tweet and share – “Making the best nest starts with giving your wallet a rest. Shop the @Sears All Things #Baby Sale now: http://bit.ly/124Q0ne

What’s your best tip for saving big on baby essentials? Share in the comments….

{Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.}

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  1. This is why I’m glad to have a convertible crib, too! The price wasn’t so difficult to swallow once I saw how long I would be using it! ;-)

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