Food. I love watching her try new flavors for the first time. I make it for her and I try to find all organic ingredients. It gets expensive! She and my dog eat better than I do. In addition to his own food, he gets the lovely scraps that are flung all over the kitchen during baby’s meal time.
Clothes, lipgloss, purses, shoes, plushies lol
His travel system has to be his most expensive item yet then his next to me crib and breast pump. He has to be comfortable always and fed
Stylish clothes and hair products to take care of my baby girl's beautiful tight textured, mixed hair!
Everything pretty much. They get toys, clothes, shoes and lots of books! I enjoy buying the boys clothes, shoes and toys. They are 18 months apart so I'm at ease knowing the younger one will also enjoy them once the older one has outgrown toys, shoes and clothes. They have way too many. I am also a thrifty shopper so I rarely buy them new things or clothes but I make sure they are nice quality for a good price! It's been worth it so far 😁
I think the things that splurge on the most are toys and shoes. I’ve always believed that when children need high quality to shoe especially as they learn to walk and as they grow for healthy development, and my daughters such a sweet baby and behaves well so I get excited to spoil her and get her toys, especially learning toys because she figures them out so quickly. #proudmama
Quality food. My baby eats better than I do! Lol
I love buying my daughter lots of nice clothes
Hanna Andersson matching jammies! My son LOVES it when he and I match. So fun!
Arts and crafts, clothes, and trips to places such as parks, events, library, etc.
Clothes. I am saving her clothes that no longer fit for when she gets baby dolls
I always make sure the kids have good shoes. I’ll buy books and take them places. The older ones have iPhones they “pay for” with chores around the house. I splurge here and there and we have 4 kids so that’s not too often.
I’m a sucker for Facebook market. I’m always looking for great deals! Lol.
Quality shoes. And wooden toys that will stand the test of time.
Everything is so disposable when it comes to kids, they outgrow clothes and toys in the blink of an eye. I love wooden and open ended toys too, besides I’d like my daughter to know a natural world over a plastic one.
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Cloth diapers.... Oops. Otherwise I buy used clothes etc. Since we grow out of everything so quickly.
Quality clothes and shoes. I end up spending less in the long run... at least that’s what I tell myself😂
Definitely clothes! I spare no expense 😬
My teens love their nails done, and my little one loves to go to Walmart to pick out a toy and an ice cream 😊
I will splurge on things from small businesses and all natural health/healthy food items!
We will splurge on either handcrafted wooden work (Montessori parents who wanna support local business!) or Carhartt overalls. They’re so durable and fit for forever!
What are you favorite places to get Montessori/ wooden work?
It’s everything for me... I love getting stuff that’ll be a nice little keepsake! 💙
Clothes for sure
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING 😩😩💕💕
Long sleeve shirts for my toddler son - skater look. He'll grow out of them in a few more months.
I’d say I splurge on accessories and shoes for my son . Like hats and caps, or beanies . I like my son to have great fitting sneakers since he has chunky feet ..
Usually clothes for both my kiddos but I've found myself buying more and more little toys and new gadgets I come across
Definitely clothes. I will spend more money buying trendy clothes for her than I do myself 🙈
Anything they like lol. I can go to buy me one outfit and come home with toys, socks, clothes, books like everything that makes me think of them when I'm gone
Literally everything lol
Shoes! My kiddo has big (and wide) feet so I spend more to make sure I get properly fitting shoes with good support.