Having a baby is expensive there's no doubt about that. Buying everything brand new is a grand idea but sometimes it's just not in the budget. A great way to save some money is to take hand me down items from family members and friends. You could also look for things on websites such as Gumtree but you never really know what condition it will be in until you drive all the way there and see it for yourself.
Buying pre-loved or second hand items is a great way to alleviate stress and ease up on your budget. Instead of driving here, there and everywhere chasing down items from private sellers that you may not find in great condition, head to a reputable store where you can find many things you need in the once place.
Prams, car seats, cots, high chairs, change tables, playpens, accessories, nursery furniture, baby wear and everything else you think of can all be found by searching around in some of the stores below.
Have you ever tried to cut your child’s hair? Any parent who has will know that it’s hard work – they fidget, squirm, freak out at the site of scissors and get bored easily. Luckily, Hair by Rebecca Hairdressing in Modbury caters to both KIDS and ADULTS!
Save the Children op shop at Glenside will be holding a three day clearance sale in October with plenty of interesting items for sale including vintage and retro clothing, furniture, homewares, pottery, books, plants, electrical, clothes, books, bric-a-brac, toys, games, vinyl, tools and collectable