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Kitty, I really like the dresses too!  I only have three girls and all three (including my MOH) are in the same dress.  I don't see anything wrong with that!

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Yay!! Thanks ladies!

 

and we take possession exactly one week before we leave for Jamaica. April is going to be a CRAZY, EXPENSIVE MONTH!!!

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Congrats Tris! I want to put our house up for sale and move.  I would LOVE to come back from our trip to our new home.  My FI moved into my house so it would be like our fresh new start. 

 

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Yay!! Thanks ladies!

 

and we take possession exactly one week before we leave for Jamaica. April is going to be a CRAZY, EXPENSIVE MONTH!!!



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CONGRATULATIONS TRIS!!!!!!  Welcome to the wonderful world of homeownership!!! It's pretty awesome here! ;)  So excited for you!

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Congrats Tris! I want to put our house up for sale and move.  I would LOVE to come back from our trip to our new home.  My FI moved into my house so it would be like our fresh new start. 

 

 

 

FI moved into my house too! .. some days i definitely think it would be nice to just sell and move to one that is "ours" but when we think about it, the location and price of my house now is pretty much perfect.  We've decided just to renovate to 'our' likings to make it fresh and new!! :)

 

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FI moved into my house also!  I'm in the same boat.  My/our house is so affordable and has room for us to grow our family in it, but it would be nice to have a house that we had both picked out.  We also renovated some things to make it more 'ours', and he's working on a 'man cave' for the basement.

 

Congrats Tris on the home!!  Yes, April will be an expensive month. But a good expensivecheesy.gif
 

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FI moved into my house too! .. some days i definitely think it would be nice to just sell and move to one that is "ours" but when we think about it, the location and price of my house now is pretty much perfect.  We've decided just to renovate to 'our' likings to make it fresh and new!! :)
 



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