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the guy's guide to saving money on diapers

The Guy's Guide to Saving Money on Diapers


Look, we get it: diapers are expensive. If you look at just one package, it may not be that bad, but then you realize you're staring down the barrel of buying these things for years. It adds up, with one site estimating that you'll buy about 4,469 diapers over the course of three years. That scream you just heard is coming from your wallet as it imagines the cost of thousands upon thousands of diapers. However, with a few thrifty tips, every guy can become a guru of saving money on diapers.

by Dr. Chris Snellgrove
What to Do While Waiting if Your Child Isn’t Ready

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What to Do While Waiting if Your Child Isn’t Ready


Sometimes children simply aren’t ready for potty training, no matter what tactics you try. This can be ridiculously frustrating, especially when other moms chime in on their successes while you struggle. But comparing your kid to everyone else’s won’t help, so don’t even start. Simply put, your child probably just isn’t ready. And there’s nothing wrong with that! But that doesn’t mean you have to completely put potty training on the back-burner. After all, toddlers aren’t ready to get their drivers’ license but they still play with toy cars.

by Angie Long
Tips for Potty Training a Boy

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Tips for Potty Training a Boy


Boys have a reputation when it comes to potty training. Experts at the University of Michigan Health System say that although boys and girls are both ready to start potty training at the same age (between 24 and 27 months), boys aren’t often fully trained until a couple months after girls (29 months for girls, and 31 months for boys). Remember that this is just an average, however, and reasons aren’t very clear.

by Angie Long

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