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    Very good points, thank you!
    Definitely going to start living off one way and see how we go.

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    Buy second hand cot, pram, clothes, high chair, buy mcn, buy baby items like nappies, wipes when on special even before baby is born.

    If you want to be a sahm permanently, I think you will need more than 2 months buffer.

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