Friday, April 22, 2022


By Guest Contributor

on Clothes for Kids

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With the appearance of a child, family incomes fall (after all, the mother temporarily stops working), and expenses increase significantly. But are all your spending and purchases reasonable and justified?

From one point of view, there are so many cute baby clothes for girls and buys that you can buy on The Trendy Toddlers at affordable rates. However, do you really need so many outfits? Here are some tips to consider.

1. Do Not Buy Children's Clothes for Future Use in Sales

The child grows quickly, but unevenly. Therefore, if at the end of the season you see pleasant discounts on shoes that you will need only in six months or a year, do not buy them, no matter how profitable the price is. The chances of not guessing the size are so great that your savings are in danger of turning into a double spend.

2. Don't Buy Something You Didn't Need Before the Great Deals

You don't need five new T-shirts or three pairs of warm pants for a toddler, but the store offers great discounts that you cannot resist. So, it is time to learn how to resist temptation.

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3. Don't Buy Something You Can Do Without

There are things and devices for babies and their mothers, certainly cute, original, and, perhaps, convenient, but not necessary for life. Most of them are more likely to emphasize your social and economic status than to make life easier for you with your baby:

  • Loungers with music and vibrating mode,
  • Electric swings for newborns,
  • Developing mats with music and other accessories, etc.

But you and your baby will almost certainly not use all these.

4. Don't Give Away or Throw Away What You Can Sell

Some people are frankly embarrassed to sell used items. It’s easier for them to throw them away or give them away for nothing, but not to sell them. Even if it seems to you that the bike your child has already grown out of, although it’s good and comfortable, doesn’t look attractive to be sold, there will be those who might want it. The same applies to clothing, especially outerwear.

5. Do Not Succumb to the Herd Mentality

Do not buy to be like everyone else to feel happier. In this case, happiness begins to look like this: you go out, take pictures of a child in beautiful outfits and post photos on social media, feeling like a part of this “high society”. It's really contagious.

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