Is it really possible to raise an eco-baby without breaking the bank? While the average parents spend almost $7, 000 gearing up for a new addition, pregnant pals Joy Hatch and Rebecca Kelley each shelled out less than a thousandaand they did it by going green. In The Eco-nomical Baby Guide, the authors prove that bringing up baby can be easy on the pocketbook and the planet. Focusing on the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra and writing in a humorous but straightforward style, these resourceful mothers dish about everything from eco-friendly diapers to daycare, making green living with baby accessible to everyoneaeven those on the slenderest of budgets. Your babyas happiness and safety top Hatch and Kelleyas agenda as they offer tips on shopping for new and used green goods, blending homemade organic baby food, and limiting the piles of baby gear that threaten to overtake the living room.SAFETY CONCERNS WITH USED CAR SEATS Although many parents dona#39;t feel comfortable purchasing a used car seat, it is ... We dona#39;t recommend getting a car seat from a stranger or from a thrift shop, but borrowing or buying one from a trusted ... Families were shocked by the recent recall of Graco and Simplicity cribsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Eco-nomical Baby Guide|
|Author||:||Joy Hatch, Rebecca Kelley|
|Publisher||:||Abrams - 2011-12-19|