Toddler Bargains: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on Toddler Furniture, Clothing, Shoes, Travel Gear, Toys, and More!

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Windsor Peak Press, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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The terrible twos? Make that the terrible two-thousands. On average, it takes $2,000 per year to raise a toddler, which makes bargain hunting with an eye for quality a necessity. In this follow-up to their best-selling Baby Bargains, Denise and Alan Fields point out the best deals. Topics include decor on a shoestring; ten ways to avoid wasting money on clothes; reviews and ratings of booster and potty seats; the truth about "toddler meals" and where to eat out with children; great deals on strollers, bike helmets, and carriers; toy, book, and CDROM recommendations by age; finding the right preschool; tips for family vacations (and how to survive them); and more.

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Denise Fields and Alan Fields write a monthly column for Baby Talk magazine. They have written several best-selling books, including Baby Bargains and Bridal Bargains. They live in Boulder, CO.

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