10 ways to save money on newborn baby gear

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Kids are expensive, there's no doubt about it. If you're expecting your first, setting up your household can be especially daunting. It's not helpful that there's a gadget out there for every possible parenting moment -- wipe warmers, pacifier cleaners, shopping cart covers. A walk down the baby aisle at your local Target is enough to make your head spin and your wallet hurt.

It's hard not to overspend when you're expecting that new little bundle. It's an exciting time, and you have no idea what to expect. But if you've got the desire to be frugal, Moolanomy has some tips that can help you keep spending to a minimum when shopping for clothing, toys, and accessories.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.