Having a baby isn't cheap. Those little cuties need lots of things, and those things add up quickly! Recently I was given a pack of baby stuff that helps cut the cost of some of the needed goodies. One of the big cost cutters is Perrigo Nutritional store brand baby formula. Now those of you who know me are probably sitting here saying "now Jillian, you don't use formula" which would be true. I've proudly breastfed my baby since day one. While that is one of my number one money savers on baby stuff some people choose not to breastfed, can't do it, or do a combo feeding. What ever the reasons, you can still save on baby formula! Did you know that Perrigo Nutritional store brand baby formula is just as nutritional complete as the name brand formulas, but they cost about 50% less? They are the makers of Target's Up & Up and Walmart's Parent's Choice. To go with a can of each store brand formulas I also received a formula dispenser (which I'll probably use for some kind of snacks). We also got a Munchkin bottle brush with built in soap dispenser & Munchkin's awesome Sprout bottle drying rack. Both of these come in handy for the bottles the baby gets while I'm at work.
|Baby gift pack!|
Last but certainly not least, a really good money saver- Sandra Gordon's book Save a Bundle: 50+ Ways to Save Big on Baby Gear. Sandra goes over great money saving tips, advice on what items you should splurge on and the ones you can definitely save on.
|Our Munchkin Sprout loaded up!|
Now here is the fun part! I'm giving away a baby pack for one of my readers! This baby pack includes: One can of Parent’s Choice Premium, One can of Up & Up Advantage, One copy of Save a Bundle: 50+ Ways to Save Big on Baby Gear, Baby bottle drying rack, Formula dispenser & Bottle brush! Just follow the Rafflecopter to see ways to enter! This giveaway will end on December 18th, 2012 12am EST
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Disclaimer: The Perrigo Nutritionals product, information, and two gift packs have been provided by Perrigo Nutritionals. All opinions are my own. To see my full disclosure, please follow this link.