Saving money on kids’ clothing is no easy feat. For one, they grow so fast so you have to continuously buy things for them. Secondly, there are so many options to choose from, and many people feel that they have to buy nice clothes for their children or else they’ll be seen as bad parents.
When I was pregnant with my twins last year, I decided that I would be a minimalist parent. I didn’t like all of the toys that blinked or made noise. I just wanted my twins to be imaginative and play with classic toys (or the measuring cups from the kitchen!). I learned to quit buying all that baby gear, and you can too using these tips.
Many people believe that saving money is hard work, but I think the opposite. In fact, saving money at its core should be easy, simple, and automatic. I’m a big fan of saving by doing what you’re already doing, like shopping. Yep, I said it. You’re allowed to shop, friend. (You can hug me later.)