The Eco-nomical Baby Guide

The Eco-nomical Baby Guide

Julia Cho
Feb 18, 2010

Do you want to go green for your baby and the planet, but you think you'll have to spend a lot more in the process? In this new guide, lifelong friends Joy Hatch and Rebecca Kelley, show us how we can go green and spend less at the same time. If healthier products, organic baby food, and less clutter sound good to you, read on...

While the average parent spends $7,000 on average getting ready for their baby, both Joy and Rebecca spent less than $1,000. But they didn't just spend less- they went green.

Yes- there are always new guides to buying more baby "stuff," but this one looks it will actually help you buy less- and be smarter for your baby and the planet, and that's worth taking a look at.

The book comes out March 1st and it's available here and on Amazon. You can also check out Joy and Rebecca's blog, Green Baby Guide for a lots of great articles and useful information.

Posted originally from: OhDeeDoh

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