Babyfood and living without a vehicle

Babyfood and living without a vehicle

Hello all, hope you had a wonderful holiday season! I ranted about having to buy babyfood in my personal journal and was told that you can actually save money making your own babyfood. I work 10 hours a day and my daughter goes to daycare. She does get babyfood at daycare. So-do you think it would still be worth my time and effort to try and make some on my own? If so-how would I go about getting started? Also-as some of you know from a previous post my car recently broke down and I've been taking the bus. I was going to get the car fixed-but I am actually amazed at the amount of money I am saving. I'm considering trying to make this work for the long term. Are there any single moms out there that don't have a car? I don't have a large support system to lean on-so there aren't a ton of people I can turn to for rides. How do you go about grocery shopping, doing laundry(I don't have a washing machine), etc.? One tip that you guys offered was babywearing, which I plan to start doing. Just wanting to get some thoughts on this. Maybe you'll say it will be in my best interest to get the dang car fixed.
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