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Getting Easier

February 20th, 2015 at 08:35 am

Strangely enough, once I wrote about my mini-goal lesson mid-week, I haven't made nearly as many excuses. I think actually only one since the last post.

And that was for going out and buying a new high chair/booster seat. My littlest is approaching solid foods fast. Plus, he doesn't like sitting in his bouncy while we eat (wants to sit on one of our laps), so I was thinking we need to include him at the table. Luckily I stopped myself before running out to the nearest store and picking something up. He's really not ready, and won't be for a few weeks.

Small win, but very satisfying. I think this mini-goal was one of the best things I could have done in order to stop the out-pour of money. I'm proud of myself, a feeling I haven't had in awhile. No money out since I started the mini-goal besides that tank of gas I knew I needed. :-)

5 Responses to “Getting Easier”

  1. scottish girl Says:

    That's great!

  2. CB in the City Says:

    If it helps any, my DIL regrets ever getting a high chair because they didn't use it. Found the booster seat much more practical.

  3. LuckyRobin Says:

    We used our high chair all the time. Even before our kids were on solids, they sat at the table with us during meals in a high chair. Of course we didn't have to buy ours so that made a difference. It was a shower gift with my first child. They liked it because they were up with us instead of on the floor.

  4. snafu Says:

    I wonder if you'd consider calling the Consignment store that re-sells high quality equipment for tots like high chairs/booster seats, car seats, bouncy chairs etc. that meet current code. There is some level of savings if you can tolerate the idea of pre-owned. I see these items listed on Facebook sale page, CraigsList and electronic sellers but they have potential to be out-of-date/code

  5. rob62521 Says:

    Sometimes taking things in small bits is easier! Congrats!

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