Welcomed my daughter to the family in November. A bundle of joy. To create this post remotely finance-related, it will classify her as a 21-calendar year endowment plan. Returns on investment, unknown, no projection available as well. Cost of investment: High. I think it isn’t an investment you will get into based on the numbers only.
I mean, the initial outlay into this is high quiteeee. Regular gone check-ups: 250- 350 a visit. Miscellaneous medical costs associated: Pre-natal check-ups. 300-500 and have a 75% precision ration, we went for the Harmony test. 1,500, but have 99% accuracy readings. That plus other supplements/exams/scans that should be undertaken.
Nursery room: Outfitting a room for the new member costs money. Baby cots, dressers, clothes, strollers. Food expenses/supplements: Grocery expenses went up. Went marketing weekly to buy cod catch the wife to consume. Bird’s nest Chicken Essence become par for the norm. I did not though monitoring this expense. Apparently it is one of the most affordable private hospital set alongside the others. 3,000 for normal deliveries.
More could be utilized for Cesarean-section deliveries. You’ll have noted that I did so not scrimp and went for the lowest cost option exactly. A decision had not been made on the cost as I think being pregnant is not easy and paying (quite a bit more) for comfort would help go a long way to making the procedure for the wife much better. You will find ways to save on this: heading to a public medical … Read the rest