Taking care of baby & mom needs naturally, doesn't have to cost a whole lot of money! Money-saving tips on diapering, diaper washing, safety, slings & baby carriers, toys, clothing, nursing, menstrual needs, traveling with kids, more!

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  • Frugal On the Go: Portable Hi-Chair
    on Dec 5, 2016 in Child Safety feature On the Go
    A fabric hi-chair is a huge advantage if your little one will be making weekend trips to grandma's.If you are eating out friends' homes, or at restaurants that do not provide infant seating.Or even if you just don't have the space for a full-size h...
  • Frugal Mom Clothing : Easy Nursing Shirt
    on Dec 5, 2016 in Breastfeeding feature Mom Clothing
    Ecoscapes Cotton Maternity Nursing UndershirtYour baby needs to nurse, but you are out in public and you are uncomfortable about showing off all that skin when you lift your top?Layer one crop top, blouse, shirt, etc. over an old T-shirt or tank top...
  • Make-Your-Own Frugal Cloth Menstrual Pads
    on Dec 5, 2016 in Crafts feature Mom Clothing
    Today's natural and responsible choice for feminine protection is washable, reusable cloth menstrual pads. An environmentally-safe, economical alternative!Are you ready to give up those expensive disposable paper pads, and switch to cloth pads - but...
  • Frugal Mom: Reusable Tampons
    on Dec 5, 2016 in feature Mom Clothing
    Ready to give up disposable paper tampons, but not ready to give up their convenience and to switch to cloth pads?For an inexpensive but controversial solution, here's a Frugal Mom Tip for you!Buy 6 pair (or more) of cotton-rich white or organic baby...
  • Child Safety: CPR Poster
    on Jun 18, 2016 in Child Safety
    If you call the American Red Cross or Heart Association (Canadian Red Cross or Canadian Heart and Stroke) they will send you a poster (8X10) of CPR instructions.Even though I am CPR/first aid certified for my daycare licensing, when the time comes it...
  • Frugal Diapering: No-Sew Emergency DiaperAll out of diapers, the diapers are all in the wash - or you left the diaper bag at home or in the car??And your baby needs to be changed, RIGHT NOW!?Why not use your cotton T-shirt!Any size T-shirt will do, but the bigger the T-shirt, the bigger the...
  • Frugal Child Safety: Cord Holders
    on Jun 13, 2016 in Child Safety feature
    Extra long electrical wires, including extension cords and phone cords, may trip your little one - and are tempting for your baby to tug or chew on.These cord holders will hold those loose wires snugly against the wall.Just cut 2+ pieces of 1" (5cm)...
  • Frugal Diapering: Diaper Sprayer
    on May 31, 2016 in Diaper Washing Diapering
    Leann said: A diaper sprayer is best for this kind of poop on diapers and baby clothing - or even your own clothing! I use my shower head which easily reaches the toilet, and I find it works best when set for hot water.It literally breaks up the poop...
  • Frugal Baby Wipes Recipes
    on May 30, 2016 in Baby Wipes
    I use an old baby wipes container, put the ingredients in, top off with hot water, swish it around to mix it up and put my wipes in on top to soak it up.When I use the aloe, I mix it with a wand mixer... it gets pretty foamy, though. I haven't trie...
  • Frugal Child Safety: Hearth Protector
    on May 27, 2016 in Child Safety feature
    Create a bumper for your fireplace hearth with a large pool noodle!Or buy some pipe insulation from any hardware store - sometimes even cheaper!Just cut the foam stick to the same length of your hearth.Photo credit: We need one of these!, by malweth,...
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