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    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Friday signed a $1.2 billion tax relief package, the largest tax relief package in the state’s history, which, in part, makes key baby items tax free for one year. The governor signed what he described as the “largest tax relief in the history of the state of Florida,” giving relief to millions of Floridians on key items that have skyrocketed over the course of Biden’s presidency. That includes “really critical needs like gas, diapers, disaster supplies, tools for skilled trades, [and] recreational activities.” “Families are going to be able to save for things that that really matter for them,” he said, first announcing specific tax relief for baby items. “Diapers, clothes, and shoes for babies and toddlers will be tax free for one year, beginning July 1, 2022,” DeSantis said. “Children’s books will be tax free, for three months starting May 14 and that will go through August 14 leading right into the school year.” Indeed, the sales tax exemption period on children’s diapers, as well as baby and toddler clothing, apparel, and shoes, will...
    A SAVVY dad has demonstrated just how he gets his baby to stay still when it's time to change his diaper – and people are raving about it. Desmond Scott revealed it just takes a homemade invention to keep the little ones entertained long enough to do the task. 4A handy dad revealed just how he gets his baby to stay still when he changes his diaperCredit: TikTok/itsthescotts 4He attached his iPhone to his foreheadCredit: TikTok/itsthescotts In the clip, the young dad managed to change his son's diaper while keeping his iPhone directly attached to his forehead. While playing Cocomelon nursery rhymes, he used a robe belt to secure the phone on and tie it around his head. Once the catchy tunes start playing, the child will most likely turn all of his attention to the show which will also keep him from moving around. The clip was even captioned: "dad hack." Read more baby tipsRINGS A BELL Mum's easy doorbell hack means kids ALWAYS listen & get out of shower on timeDA-DA! Dad reveals clever parent hack when flying...
    WHEN Heather went to change her baby boy's nappy after a long day at work – she gasped and her blood immediately began to boil. The American single mum-of-two was staring at words scrawled in a big bold black marker right across little Milo’s stomach. 2Milo's mum was horrified when she saw the nursery had written on his stomachCredit: Kidspot 2The writing wouldn't rub off - leading her to assume it had been done in permanent inkCredit: Kidspot She was so livid that that she took to Facebook to confirm that she has every right to be as outraged as she felt. “So… I need opinions. Am I right to be furious about this? Or am I overreacting? I really need your opinions guys, because I’m about to barge in this daycare tomorrow morning and have some words,” she began in her rant. “Everyday, when I pick Fin and Milo up from daycare they put a daily report paper in Milo’s lunch box. It says what mood he was in for the day, what times they changed his diapers, and if he needs diapers or wipes....
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashed out at the NYPD and her colleagues in Congress over the arrests of 12 shoplifters for stealing diapers and baby formula in the Bronx, saying the removal of the child tax credit by the federal government was to blame for the crime. 'It's much easier to frame people who steal baby formula and medicine as monsters to be jailed than acknowledge our politics and economic priorities create conditions where people steal baby formula to survive,' she posted in response to a police department tweet, showing the arresting officers and the ill-gotten goods recovered by the cops.  Police said that officers from the 44th Precinct, which covers the Grand Concourse and High Bridge where Yankee Stadium sit, busted a dozen shoplifters after getting multiple complaints from storeowners. 'The arrests made led to the closure of 23 warrants & recovery of $1800 worth of merchandise,' police said. The photo of the recovered goods, which has since been removed, showed stacks of diapers, baby wipes, laundry detergent and other household goods that are easy to resell on the street.  Crime...
    THE expenses associated with having a child have long been bemoaned by parents. But one mum has insisted that raising a baby doesn't have to cost a lot, as she's figured out how to save money at every turn. 4Mum Sarah has taken to TikTok to reveal the things in her low cost baby house that "make sense"Credit: TikTok 4She gets free nappies from Facebook groups as well as formula samplesCredit: TikTok The mum, Sarah, took to TikTok to share a video of the "things in our low-cost baby home that just make sense". She started by revealing that "99 per cent" of her son's clothes are second-hand, before adding that the majority of his toys are also preloved. Sarah also makes the most of "free diapers from Facebook groups", and "samples of formula". "Babies don't have to be expensive!" she captioned the video. She was quickly praised by others for "normalising" being a thrifty mum. "This needs to be normalised," one mum wrote. "I also love to thrift her clothes since she outgrows...
    A NEW mom just reminded her fellow parents that they are allowed to take all the diapers and baby things in their hospital rooms after giving birth. This is especially useful for those parents who had no idea their baby would come when it did. 3A mom reminded her fellow parents that they were allowed to take the diapers out of the hospital room 3She packed them all away Karla, who just gave birth to her second son, shared on social media: "Hospital hack: take all the diapers and wipes they give you and always ask for more of everything! "Take it all! It's yours!" In the video, she could be seen packing all the extra diapers they had left in the room. Many new parents either have no idea the extra diapers and wipes are available and simply think that if they leave them behind, they won't get charged for them. However, a labor nurse replied to the video and said: "Yep, I work in a hospital - they’re going to bill you for it even if...
    Police launched a second investigation into Deas last week after obtaining a text message that he had sent that "exhibited similar behaviors." Investigators said that Deas attempted to use his previous victim to recruit other babysitters. Deas was subsequently located at his Metairie residence and arrested. He is being held at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center. The investigation remains ongoing as police search for possible additional victims. Diaper-changing scammer arrested for human trafficking charges again www.youtube.com In 2019, detectives wrote in a police report that Deas demonstrated an "adult diaper fetish" and "may derive sexual gratification from engaging in infantile behavior," according to WDSU-TV. Deas claimed at the time he suffers from severe depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
    A MOM made a terrible discovery in her toddler's unused diapers - a maggot had been trapped between the layers of cotton. She shared the video to warn parents about the situation. 2A mom discovered a live maggot inside her baby's unused diaperCredit: TikTok Becca Groberio shared on social media the moment she discovered a maggot crawling on her baby's diapers. In the video, she could be seen poking and probing at something moving inside the diaper. As she tried to push it out of the diaper, she realized it was a live maggot and quickly expressed her disgust. Along with the video, she wrote: "What the f**k is this? I was changing my baby's diaper and luckily I caught this before I put it on him. "Has anyone else had this problem with Pampers? I will never buy from them again." The Sun has reached out to Pampers for comment but didn't receive any at the time of publication. Most read in LifestyleSLOW DOWN, MA'AM Queen urged to QUIT after missing Remembrance amid growing health fearsHOT...
    Retailers were given good news on Tuesday by a Bank of America analyst who predicted that a millennial baby boom could be on the way - leading to a boost in sales for stores. Millennials - those aged 25 to 40 - now make up the largest generation in the United States, having overtaken Baby Boomers. About 72.1 million people are classified as millennials, also known as Gen Y, according to Pew research.  Robert Ohmes, the BofA analyst, reported on Tuesday that birth rates are up, more pregnancy tests are being sold, and more couples say they are trying to have a baby. Sales of pregnancy tests have grown by an average of 13 percent year-on-year since June 2020, according to data from Nielsen and research by Bank of America.  Sales of pregnancy tests have risen 13 per cent, year on year, since June 2020 according to a new report out on Tuesday Ohmes predicted that a Millennial baby boom would bring good news for retailers RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Household debt hits a...
    Coterie Wipes Julie Golstone/Insider I had twin newborns and a 2-year-old in diapers. I was sometimes changing over 25 diapers a day.  I tested every baby wipe brand in the market and this is the only one that didn't disappoint.  Coterie is only available to purchase through the brand's website.  Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. When the ultrasound technician called in my doctor, I feared the worst. They laughed and said "it's twins!" I immediately started to panic. The two first thoughts I had were: we're going to need another car, and we are going to spend all of our money on diapers and wipes. After all, we had an 18-month-old and twins on the way.  I was right about the diapers and wipes. When the twins were born, our son was still in diapers, which meant we were going through...
    In 2016, DreamWorks released ‘The Boss Baby’, a 2017 production that was a box office success and that had a television series for Netflix of remarkable success (a total of four seasons, to date). It was not strange that the animation studio made a sequel, which is now hitting theaters, ‘The Boss Baby: Family Business’, which seeks to replicate the success of its predecessor with a tremendously similar formula. Perhaps there is the main problem of ‘Family Business’. The original film was a sympathetic children’s proposal that vindicated brotherly love under a peculiar prism, that of a world of intelligent babies that evoked that of the family comedy ‘Some great kids’, yes, enhanced with a careful animated aesthetic and much more charismatic characters. However, Tom McGrath and screenwriter Michael McCullers decide to replicate most of the gags and humorous and action scenes from the first installment. It’s more, the director and the scriptwriter decide to ignore the entire universe created in the animated series, which is completely wasted in this production that seeks to resort to the infantile image...
    The drug seized by NYSP. Photo: New York State Police / Courtesy Shante Pleasant, a resident of The Bronx (NYC), was accused of hiding a pound and a half of cocaine in her baby’s diaper bag after the police stopped her with her two daughters in her car, in the north of the state. Pleasant, 33, was arrested Tuesday in Coxsackie, 136 miles north of NYC, at a traffic stop on I-87 and the state police (NYSP) originally cited her for driving without a license. But when they checked his 2008 Dodge Charger before they towed it, found more than 25 ounces of cocaine inside your 7-month-old baby’s diaper bag, according to the statement. His 13-year-old teenage daughter was also in the car along with the baby. The mother was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell it and with endangering the welfare of a minor. Pleasant was held in the Greene County Jail pending a court hearing. His daughters were given to relatives in Coxsackie, the New York...
    More On: shopping Best Buy offers up to 50% off this weekend for ‘Black Friday in July’ Saks Fifth Avenue to give away up to $700 with select purchases Score an extra 30% off Cole Haan shoes during the End of Season Sale Bloomingdale’s fashion director shares her top 30 fashion and beauty picks for late summer & early fall Finding the right diaper for your beloved baby can be difficult when there are so many choices out there–and many of those choices are so expensive. And there are so many things to consider, from the materials the diapers are made from, to the way they fasten, whether they are reusable or disposable, the comfort of the fits, and even the ecological credentials of the manufacturing company. And then you need to buy them from a store, lug them home, and they can be heavy, bulky, and unwieldy to carry. But there is a service that helps parents of infants who require diapers, and it takes a lot of the inconvenience out of the process for you. Right now,...
    Struggling parents with children still in diapers may get a $30 million boost under a proposed state budget allocation to assist existing diaper banks in California and launch similar services in other regions, including San Bernardino County. Money for the five state-funded diaper banks now in operation – in Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Fresno and San Francisco counties – and three new ones would extend over a three-year period, with each diaper bank receiving a total of $3.75 million under the spending plan proposed by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, and supported by a host of Southern California legislators. Job loss and other economic hardships imposed on families by the coronavirus pandemic, along with spikes in the cost of disposable diapers, is sending more parents with young children to the diaper banks and other social service organizations looking for help. Just as COVID-19 sparked food insecurity on a scale not seen before by local food banks, demand for diaper assistance rose exponentially over the past year, say operators of the five state-subsidized diaper banks, which are part of the...
    KOREATOWN (KABC) -- The sound of stroller wheels fills the corner of Francis and Westmoreland Avenue every Saturday.About 60 moms line up in Koreatown to collect free diapers and wipes for their children.Irene Montantes started this organization, LA Baby Cooperative, in February of 2020, right as the pandemic began."Most of the moms that come to our distribution are low income, no income. A majority of them are migrants," said Montantes.Diapers and wipes usually aren't given out for free, which can cause a lot of stress for those struggling right now.That's why the LA County Department of Mental Health has teamed up with the LA Baby Cooperative this month as part of the We Rise LA Campaign.Watch the video above for more.
    THE grieving ex-girlfriend of Daunte Wright has created an Amazon wish list for their son, with supporters donating expensive toys, cash, diapers, clothes and groceries, The Sun can exclusively reveal. Wright, 20, was shot and killed by veteran police officer Kimberly Potter in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Sunday, causing days of unrest as protesters burnt down the police HQ. 11Wright shared a two-year-old son with his ex Chyna Whitaker who has spoken out since his deathCredit: Facebook 11Cops seen in video footage arresting Wright before his death at the weekendCredit: Kare11 Chyna Whitaker, who is the mother of two-year-old Daunte Jr, is being supported by friends and strangers, who have rallied around the family after her ex's death. She has confirmed she had split from Wright and was not the girl in the car with him when he was pulled over by Potter, who allegedly grabbed her handgun instead of a Taser and fired lethal shots. On Tuesday, Potter and Brooklyn Center police chief Tim Gannon stepped down from their positions. Wright was pulled over on Sunday April 11, when officers...
    WHEN Heather went to change her baby boy's nappy after a long day at work – she gasped and her blood immediately began to boil. The American single mum-of-two was staring at words scrawled in a big bold black marker right across little Milo’s stomach. 2Milo's mum was horrified when she saw the nursery had written on his stomachCredit: Kidspot She was so livid that that she took to Facebook to confirm that she has every right to be as outraged as she felt. “So… I need opinions. Am I right to be furious about this? Or am I overreacting? I really need your opinions guys, because I’m about to barge in this daycare tomorrow morning and have some words,” she began in her rant. “Everyday, when I pick Fin and Milo up from daycare they put a daily report paper in Milo’s lunch box. It says what mood he was in for the day, what times they changed his diapers, and if he needs diapers or wipes. I guess yesterday they wrote on his report that he needs diapers, and I failed to see that.”...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York is starting a program to help families in need with free diapers. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the state is teaming up with the nonprofit group Baby To Baby. The plan calls for 20 million donated diapers to be available for distribution at food banks. Cuomo says even before the pandemic, one-third of families struggled to cover the cost of diapers. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Police Say MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan Sought For Questioning In Killing Of Yale Student Kevin Jiang Alabama Man Accused Of Targeting Hundreds Of People In New York, Across Country In Cell Phone Number Scam New Jersey Man Creates 14-Foot Snow Sculpture Of Lincoln Memorial In Front Yard
    NEW parents can soon find costs spiralling with the arrival of a baby - but making the most of freebies can save mums and dads money. Here's where you can find free baby stuff and how to get it - from diapers to formula. 1The costs of having a baby can add up quicklyCredit: Getty Images - Getty Amazon Parents who have Amazon Prime and create a Baby Registry can get a welcome box from Amazon worth $35. There's also a $10 minimum spend to receive the box which contains goodies for baby and parents. Membership of Amazon Prime costs $12.99 a month or $119 a year and you can get 30 days for free through a trial as well as a discount if you're a student. What you get in the box isn't fixed and people who've received one say it's included things like diapers, pacifiers, bottles and wet wipes in the past. Target At Target you can get a free welcome kit which the retailer says is worth $120. You'll need to sign up to the store's baby...
    DENVER (CBS4)– This year’s New Year’s baby at Denver Health is getting an extra special gift, 2,021 diapers thanks to the Denver Health Foundations’ Newborns in Need program. Israel was born to Julissa at 1:18 a.m. on Jan. 1, the first baby born at Denver Health this year. Israel is 18.5 inches long and weighed 6 pounds and 10 ounces at birth. (credit: Denver Health) “It’s wonderful to add a little extra excitement to an already exciting time for these families,” said Sharon H. Mushkin, the Newborns in Need Program Coordinator. “This is the fourth year we’ve been able to put this together for a New Year baby.” The Newborns in Need program is designed to help every family who has a baby born at Denver Health by sending them home with Warm Welcome bags which include diapers, wipes, baby lotion, shampoo, along with other items newborns need. The program is now in its 17th year. Newborns in Need may also provide car seats, strollers, cribs and many more items to families that are in serious need.
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