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well....each year it cost 700....wow that's alot....but i think its bout 3-5 bucks....so ya...its an ok deal...lol...byez pplez
Typically $1000-$2000 a year just for the formula alone. No bottles, nipples, etc...
It cost about $500-$800 worth a year's supply of diapers for the first year.The next years may or may not cost more, the same, or less.
about $60.00 for Huggies :]
You would need to tell us what year you are asking this question, where you live, which store you shop in, and what brand of formula you buy in order for us to answer this que…stion
Well....my first baby's wipes cost around $100 a month. He was a fat baby so we needed a lot of wipes
$39.60 at the 99cent store
Are you talking about the bottles themselves? Or the formula that is needed to feed the baby? If you are meaning the formula, it would depend on what type and what brand. If …you are able to breastfeed, then the milk will cost you nothing. If you have to use infant formula, then it can cost nearly $2000 in a year, but you can save money by using Store Brand formula. You can save up to 50% off of the name brand prices, and you are not compromising your baby's nutrition.
well different brands of diapers can make a difference so i would say 1000$ a year
Probly not too much.
well if you are one of those fab moms whose baby has to have a bib for every day of the week, you would propbly spend 100 dollars
It depends on where you buy it from?
I seem to remember one bottle lasting about six months. As long as you changed the nipples. Taking that into account- 12 Months / 6 Months = 2. That's 2 bottles a year. …The average person in America lives to be about 80 years old. That's 2 bottles a year x 80 years = 160 bottles. Now we find the average cost of baby bottles by taking 3-5 prices adding them and dividing by how many amounts we added. In this case : I got these prices for 3 different bottles : $1.25 $4.00 $5.50 Add those and you get: $10.75 Now divide it by the number of amounts you added originally which was three ($1.25, $4.00, $5.50) So- $10.75 / 3 = $3.50 Now we can assume the average cost of a baby bottle is $3.50. Now we take how many bottles we figured we would need to last a "lifetime" which was 160. 160 bottles x $3.50 per bottle = $573.33. So your answer is $573.33 Now remember all of those figures are variable. Bottles can break and wear out faster than others. Which means you might need more bottle than just 160. 80 Years is the life expectancy of a normal American. As time goes on new medicine and treatments are found to make a person live longer. The prices of bottles can go up and down due to inflation. Mostly supply and demand though. Hope that was thorough enough =]
It depends on where you shop for the baby. And also how fast the baby grows.
I depends on how much the brand is that your using.