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December 17th, 2006 at 08:23 pm

I know I just did this two weeks ago, but Im doing it again, because we've actually made a little bit of a dent, and Im excited!

Old Navy -
was: $510
now: $445
lim: $600

Chase -
was: $2886
now: $2857
lim: $3000

REI -
was: $5073
now: $4873
lim: $5000

Discover -
was: $6698
now: $6644
lim: $6700

TOTAL -
was: $15,167
now: $14,819


The Old Navy would be down another $75 or so, only i really needed maternity jeans!

I hope to have that one completely paid off by January. We should be getting some cash and checks for Christmas, and I want anything we get to go towards getting RID of that bill completely.

Of course, then we found out that we get paid on the 22 of this month, instead of the 31, which made me really excited and got me picturing this one bill gone...

And THEN i remembered that it meant our paychecks have to last a month and a half instead of just the normal month! Ack!

And teachers dont really get Christmas bonuses, so no hope for that. Oh, well.

2 Responses to “CC Count”

  1. anonymous Says:

    Thrift stores, like Goodwill, have great maternity clothes for a few dollars.
    They also have like-new baby clothes for less than a dollar. Some still have the tags on them.

  2. alianora Says:

    Actually, I have a very difficult time finding jeans that fit right ANYWHERE. I got three pairs at Old Navy for that $75, so I consider it money well spent! Smile
    So far, we have spent no money on baby clothes, but plan on hitting Once Upon a Child and various thrift stores to keep him from running around naked.

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