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  1. Newborn Happy birthday to Her! 22 hr 6 min ago (0 replies)
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  2. Newborn HHI to afford baby in NYC?...(more) 10-25-2020 11:01am (41 replies)
    How much would you say HHI needs to be in order to afford a baby in Manhattan? DH and I both work so cost of childcare is a consideration. Wondering if we should go for it or wait a couple more years.
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    • What a stupid question. 10-25-2020 11:02am
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      • actually, it's a very smart question. 10-25-2020 11:03am
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        • How would we know what your expenses are? How much is your rent/mortgage? Any school loans? Etc. 10-25-2020 11:04am
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          • np this is ybm. we're here to take that info into account. 10-25-2020 11:04am
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            • Lol yes the perfect place to come for solid financial opinion 10-25-2020 11:05am
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                • the op has provided zero details dummy 10-25-2020 11:08am
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                  • sigh. that's why it's a conversation that moves in real time. and she has... below. chill 10-25-2020 11:09am
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          • Exactly.... Day care or Nanny? Do you have health insurance? 10-25-2020 11:06am
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    • what are your housing costs and what is hhi now? 10-25-2020 11:04am
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      • - no subject -...(more) 10-25-2020 11:07am
        HHI is 140k, DH is in his 3rd year of medical school. Currently, our rent is 2500 a month on a one bedroom. We having savings of about 200k.
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        • this is good info. how old are you both? I would wait until dh starts residency, at least. MD mom. 10-25-2020 11:08am
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          • I am 29 and he is 30. I have PCOS though and am anticipating having difficulties getting pregnant which is why i have been a little anxious about waiting lately. 10-25-2020 11:10am
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            • tough call. is your job very stable, with good maternity leave? did dh borrow for med school? and do you are you willing to live in boroughs... just in case. 10-25-2020 11:14am
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              • Job is stable, with good maternity leave. Dh took out partial loans to pay for medical school, will probably have about 100k debt when he graduates. Pretty set on staying in...(more) 10-25-2020 11:18am
                Manhattan.
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    • You should make this decision based on your health, health of your marriage, and whether you want a baby. Not based on HHI. 10-25-2020 11:06am
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      • that's not ybm-friendly advice. it's always about money here. 10-25-2020 11:10am
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        • and IRL too. it's responsible. 10-25-2020 11:10am
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          • Are you saying poor people who have kids are irresponsible? Should everyone in 3rd world countries have forced contraception? 10-25-2020 11:12am
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            • first or: i do believe that many people here think having kids without extra money is the wrong thing to do. meanwhile, so many of us do it, and do it successfully. 10-25-2020 11:13am
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              • the question is not if extra, but if enough. medical school is a long haul, and even after grad, salary might be 50K for a bunch of years, minus loans. 10-25-2020 11:15am
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            • lol yes, those are really great leaps to make here. someone wants a fight :) 10-25-2020 11:13am
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    • Figure out what you’ll need to pay for childcare then go from there 10-25-2020 11:08am
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    • Just the baby? You need $5k and health insurance. If you want private schools, fancy sleepaway camps and private figure skating coaches, then you need HHI $1m. 10-25-2020 11:08am
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      • 5K per year? 10-25-2020 11:09am
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        • Lol 10-25-2020 11:09am
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        • If just buying food and diapers for the baby, it's just about 5k 10-25-2020 11:11am
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          • food is an ongoing cost till age 22 at least 10-25-2020 11:12am
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          • breast feed year one if at all possible. save that money!!! 10-25-2020 11:12am
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      • For one child? 10-25-2020 11:12am
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    • Breastfeed. You will need diapers, doctor visits, clothing, childcare. 10-25-2020 11:12am
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    • We were young NYC parents and I stopped working, dh made about 220 and it was fine but the older parents who were thus making more $ had it easier, car service to preschool on...(more) 10-25-2020 11:15am
      rainy days, lots of babysitters or help. But I am glad to be youngish with HS schoolers.
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      • It you can't afford a baby on $220K with one person saying home you have serious issues. How tone deaf you are acting as if that was a struggle. 10-25-2020 11:23am
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        • I never said it was a struggle I was happy but if OP wants luxurious living she should wait till their HHI is higher which it will be since her DH is a doc 10-25-2020 11:34am
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          • Her household income is almost $100K less than you had and that's with both working. And that was 15+ years ago since you are saying they are high schoolers. What YOU had would be...(more) 10-25-2020 11:39am
            considered luxurious to the OP
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            • ok, assumed that was her since her DH is in Med school so when he finishes he will make $ and with that they would have a more luxurious lifestyle if they so choose. 10-25-2020 11:45am
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    • Have a baby whenever you’re emotionally ready. 10-25-2020 11:15am
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    • If you're fine with public schools and want to live in a good zone, I would say HHI $250k will be fine for one child, $300k for 2. If private lifestyle, $800k for 1 kid. 10-25-2020 11:23am
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  3. Newborn Infants and Mothers needed for Film Shoot...(more) 9-20-2020 8:21pm (3 replies)
    Hello, we are looking for infants and mothers in the New York area to appear in a short film. Pay is $100 for the day. If interested, please send photos to afc9a5ce9db5326c8c6cf3a103157203@gigs.craigslist.org
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    • I got $400 for letting my dog be in the background of a commercial last month. This is insanely low. 9-20-2020 8:22pm
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      • ^I received 700 for appearing in 5 seconds of a healthcare commercial. 9-20-2020 8:23pm
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    • that sounds like hell....probably means sitting around for 9 hours with your baby waiting for whatever the heck they need you for 9-20-2020 8:29pm
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  4. Newborn Hard to Believe: This Keeps Your Baby Awake At Night...(more) 9-9-2020 6:55am (0 replies)
    Dear Sleepless Mother, It “waits” for you to put your baby to sleep And is “jumping of joy” when you start rocking or swinging your little one Because it knows the next thing you do open the gates… ...and invites midnight wakefulness into your baby’s sensitive brain and body I’m talking about this simple habit Could one simple habit increase the risk of your baby waking up in the middle of the night... ...by 87%? “It’s like setting a midnight fire alarm in his brain”, one study revealed The worst part is that you keep doing it … …it’s part of your routine… …and yet it’s wrecking your little one’s sleep So what is this disruptive habit? And what can you do to fix it? Click here to find out…https://bit.ly/35qIEFI
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  5. Newborn Help your baby sleep...(more) 9-5-2020 3:53pm (0 replies)
    Are you about to pull your hair out? because your new bundle of joy just wont go to sleep. Car rides washing machine even the swing. I have been there I would spend many hours a night driving the streets just so my kids would go to sleep. I recently found a all natural we to soothe the baby to sleep click to watch a short video to learn how. https://bit.ly/2Gs1z8M
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  6. Newborn This post has been disliked 3 times. showBaby sleeping more than usual...(more) 8-9-2020 8:15am (0 replies)
    Co-sleeping is the practice where the child sleeps in bed with his parents. Not surprisingly, it is one of the most hotly debated and controversial topics related to pediatric sleep. Let’s see why. Some people argue that co-sleeping is the right and natural way to raise a child because the practice fosters a stronger bond and a more secure attachment. Conversely, others will tell you that co-sleeping is risky, ridiculous, or even dangerous and they don’t want it for their family. Click Here -- https://bit.ly/3a8j1tG
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  7. Newborn This post has been disliked 3 times. show3 ways to help baby sleep instant baby sleep...(more) 8-2-2020 9:51am (0 replies)
    Hey guys, 3 ways to help baby sleep instant baby sleep Plan lets your child helps 89% of parents. If you want to Get this method Click below Link -https://bit.ly/2Pax4FE
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  8. Newborn The Big Change – Transitioning Your Child From Crib To Bed...(more) 7-26-2020 8:27am (1 reply)
    I want out! That’s the message your toddler will send – one way or another – when he’s ready to wave goodbye to the crib and say hello to a big-kid bed. Your child might actually verbalize displeasure, or more likely, simply climb out of the crib. So, what needs to be done? First, resist the temptation to move him too early. Most experts recommend doings so around age 3. Unless your child is climbing out of his crib or needs more space than a crib can provide – his body is growing at an astounding rate – it’s better to keep him in the crib, which allows him to feel safe. This way, your child can feel comfortable taking giant developmental leaps during the day but still regress to the security of his old crib at night. Moreover, until age 3, toddlers are very impulsive, and your child’s difficulty in understanding and being able to follow directions or rules (like staying in bed all night) will make sleeping in a bed a real challenge. If you transition to a b
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  9. Newborn The Big Change – Transitioning Your Child From Crib To Bed...(more) 7-26-2020 8:26am (0 replies)
    I want out! That’s the message your toddler will send – one way or another – when he’s ready to wave goodbye to the crib and say hello to a big-kid bed. Your child might actually verbalize displeasure, or more likely, simply climb out of the crib. So, what needs to be done? First, resist the temptation to move him too early. Most experts recommend doings so around age 3. Unless your child is climbing out of his crib or needs more space than a crib can provide – his body is growing at an astounding rate – it’s better to keep him in the crib, which allows him to feel safe. This way, your child can feel comfortable taking giant developmental leaps during the day but still regress to the security of his old crib at night. Moreover, until age 3, toddlers are very impulsive, and your child’s difficulty in understanding and being able to follow directions or rules (like staying in bed all night) will make sleeping in a bed a real challenge. If you transition to a b
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  10. Newborn The Big Change – Transitioning Your Child From Crib To Bed...(more) 7-26-2020 8:25am (0 replies)
    I want out! That’s the message your toddler will send – one way or another – when he’s ready to wave goodbye to the crib and say hello to a big-kid bed. Your child might actually verbalize displeasure, or more likely, simply climb out of the crib. So, what needs to be done? First, resist the temptation to move him too early. Most experts recommend doings so around age 3. Unless your child is climbing out of his crib or needs more space than a crib can provide – his body is growing at an astounding rate – it’s better to keep him in the crib, which allows him to feel safe. This way, your child can feel comfortable taking giant developmental leaps during the day but still regress to the security of his old crib at night. Moreover, until age 3, toddlers are very impulsive, and your child’s difficulty in understanding and being able to follow directions or rules (like staying in bed all night) will make sleeping in a bed a real challenge. If you transition to a b
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  12. Newborn I've eaten outdoors and it's been great. Not sure I can get on board with indoor dining. 7-3-2020 2:33pm (0 replies)
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  13. Newborn The Sleep Secret Your Pediatrician Has Been Hiding from You...(more) 6-20-2020 9:51am (1 reply)
    Everything about baby sleep can seem frighteningly high-stakes at 3 A.M. in the morning. Make one tiny mistake in his or her training and your child’s development will be seriously affected: he’ll either end up waking in the night well into his high school years, or worse, develop anxiety, depression, or mood swings. And with every sleep expert offering slightly different advice on the ideal timing and method for sleep training you may be unsure about who to believe, how to proceed, or which sleep training method you should follow. That’s where this article fits in – I’m going to help you separate sleep fact from sleep fiction by zeroing in on 6 science-backed strategies that have been proven to promote healthy sleep habits in babies and young children. Click here for your solution.>>>>> https://bit.ly/3di6vYJ
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    • Giving your baby oral sex to get them to sleep 6-20-2020 9:51am
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    • Just realized that if people get sick at the tulsa rally, they will just say that sick democrats infiltrated the rally to sicken people. 6-20-2020 9:48am
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  16. Newborn Full-Watch! Broke Season 1 Episode 10 Full Episode Free HD...(more) 6-4-2020 11:14am (0 replies)
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  17. Newborn How lack of sleep affects your baby's brain and personality...(more) 5-18-2020 2:04am (0 replies)
    Although your baby may give up regular nighttime feedings on his own by the time he’s three months old, do not expect – or insist – that such a young infant give them up altogether, all of a sudden. But if your child is at least three months old, still nurses or requires a bottle at bedtime, and needs to eat again several more times during the night, then the extra feedings may well be causing the extra wakings. If that is the case, you may be able to help him sleep better by decreasing the number of these feedings. Read More: https://bit.ly/2X3EPkk
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  18. Newborn Weird Noise Instantly Puts Babies to Sleep...(more) 3-20-2020 1:36pm (3 replies)
    Can you imagine putting on a weird sound and have your baby enjoy restful sleep in minutes without waking up once?Now, neuro-researchers from the Stanford Sleep Lab have discovered the secret to making it happen, effortlessly... safely... and quickly. The sleep inducing power of the sound lies in triggering a natural response from your little one’s subconcious.And all you have to do is "switch it on."That's how easy it can be to finally enjoy restful nights and see the surpring health benefits for your child.You'll be able to use it tonightDiscover how to do it right here in this link https://bit.ly/2U8TE4J
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    • this noise killed my dog and kitten. do not buy. 3-20-2020 1:37pm
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    • my dd used to fall asleep to the sound of the vacuum cleaner. She stopped crying instantly and went to sleep. 3-20-2020 1:37pm
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    • What a miraculously spammy post. Go away. 3-20-2020 1:37pm
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  21. Newborn 2 Fascintating Facts About How Babies Sleep - FREE REPORT INSIDE...(more) 3-10-2020 4:09pm (0 replies)
    When people use the phrase “sleeping like a baby”, they’re probably not being literal, and that’s because new parents are usually tired and exhausted trying to find the best strategies for getting their little ones to sleep. While we can’t erase the exhaustion that comes with taking care of a baby, we can help you worry a little less, and take some comfort in the fact that some of your baby’s sleep habits are not a cause for alarm, but are actually markers of good health. These are:
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  24. Newborn Hard to Believe: This Keeps Your Baby Awake At Night...(more) 2-29-2020 11:54pm (0 replies)
    Dear Sleepless Mother, It “waits” for you to put your baby to sleep And is “ jumping of joy” when you start rocking or swinging your little one Because it knows the next thing you do opesn the gates… ...and invites midnight wakefulness into your baby’s sensitive brain and body I’m talking about this simple habit Could one simple habit increase the risk of your baby waking up in the middle of the night... ...by 87%? “It’s like setting a midnight fire alarm in his brain”, one study revealed The worst part is that you keep doing it … …it’s part of your routine… …and yet it’s wrecking your little one’s sleep So what is this disruptive habit? And what can you do to fix it? Click here or copy to your browser to find out. http://bit.ly/sleepingchild
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