S: Brooklyn's Photo Book
BC: Refrences of Websites http://www.wisegeek.com/how-much-does-it-cost-to-raise-a-child-in-the-united-states.htm
FC: Brooklyn's Photo Book | 10/30/2012 P:6 | By:Zach Laible
1: Brooklyn Nickname:Brook | Meaning: Comes from Dutch word Breukelen which means "Broken Land". Brook means a person that lives near a book.
2: Birth Certificate of Brooklyn Jennyfer Laible
5: Physical Needs | You can see me giving Brooklyn some milk (water) after she was whining and I knew to give her some water because she was thirsty. | 50th Bottle!!!
7: Social Needs | First Play Date with football guys Daughters!!! | Here Brooklyn is having a great time with the other football kids daughters on their first play date.
9: Don't think: Look! -Ludwig Wittgenstein | Intellectual Needs | Fidgeting with colorful markers!!! | This photo is showing that Brooklyn is trying to win against the all mighty colorful markers trying to figure out what they are.
11: Emotional Needs Cuddled Close with Brooklyn Here I am cuddled close with Brooklyn when she was scared of the thunderstorm and I was whispering "Shhhh" very softly, for her to stop crying and calm her down.
12: Total Cost Of A Child For Its First Year Of Life
13: The average cost for a babies first year of life is usually around $9,000 to $12,000. It depends on how you spend your money. You can go for the most basic thing or the most expensive prettiest thing.
14: Total Cost of a Baby From Birth to 18 Years Old in Texas.
15: People estimate that it costs $150,000 to $250,000 to raise a child from birth to 18 in Texas. Again it all depends on how you spend your money on your child.
16: Total Cost of a Child From Birth Through College.
17: People think it costs around 275,000 to 475,000 to raise a child from birth through college. I bring this up again it all depends on how you spend your money!!! Maybe your child wont go to college maybe that college might be free or they'll get a scholarship. Also school supplies maybe you can get them cheap, it all depends on how you spend your money.