Raising a child is expensive. Children need many things to grow and develop well, including a safe home environment, medical care, good nutrition, and education. With that said, it is no shocker that raising a child can strain family finances. According to LIPI, at the beginning of the pandemic, 64.8% of working households were experiencing financial difficulties. It can be even more challenging for working parents at a time like this when the annual inflation rate reached 4.35% in June, the highest in the past five years since 2017, as reported by BPS.