A Day’s Worth Of Food
It’s no secret that gas is expensive, mortgage costs an arm and a leg, and most importantly, food is costly. Life is expensive in general, add kids to the equation, and you’ve got yourself a melting pot of expenses. Food especially is a commodity in all households, and when you have kids, it doesn’t take much to make a few trips to the grocery store each week.
Just when you thought six cartons of milk were enough for the week, it turns out they all finished the following day. You get three boxes of cereal today. Well, you have to get more tomorrow. Kids most often eat a lot! This is especially true during school breaks when everybody is home, which means the cupboards and refrigerator are being raided every 10 minutes.