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Car Seat Regrets: How I could have avoided spending $1000 on car seats

Car Seat Regrets: How I could have avoided spendin...

By my estimation, when my two children (currently 4 and 2 years old) are done with car seats, I will have spent over $1500 on securing these little suckers into the back seats.  Recently, I purchased my 4 year old daughter a new convertible booster car seat, which will be the 5th car seat of her lifetime.  This latest car seat is the best and by the end of this post I will explain what I would have done differently...
Planning for the Worst: What happens if we die?

Planning for the Worst: What happens if we die?...

The intention of this article is not to be morbid, but to actually encourage responsibility. When my wife and I had our second child, it wasn’t long after that we realized there would be no way either of us could raise the kids on our own, heaven forbid something were to happy to either one of us. Even more importantly, we realized that heaven forbid something happened to the both of us, our children’s keepers...
Money Matters: Budgeting tips from a recently unemployed Dad

Money Matters: Budgeting tips from a recently unem...

Finances – an area that can cause stress on any couple. Chances are if you were like me (and many other guys prior to having children) the most attention you paid to money was checking the receipt out of the ATM. Balance a check book? Why doesn’t your online access do that? Use a credit card? Sure I’ll pay it off later. Budget? We don’t need no stinking budget. These are but a small sampling of the things...

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