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kiengkham's korner: strawberries for days

I was craving strawberries and my sweet husband took me out to Patterson Farm for STRAWBERRIES!
We had such an amazing time picking strawberries and we got three boxes full of it. This definitely satisfied my sweet craving LOL.
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Hope all of you wonderful Mother's had a beautiful Mother's Day! I got to spend it with some of the wonderful Mom's I know.
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Our coupon haul this week! Some of my favorite purchases has to be the minute maid for .25, and baby formula $1.28 each. (Before I may upset moms out there. We have chosen to breast feed Haylee. The formula is an option. Thank you for not yelling at me. LOL)
Before coupons we spent = $87.25 & After coupons = $35.79
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We are 27 weeks! Do you guys have any idea what a rutabaga is and how you eat it?! LOL. Haylee Marie is the size of a rutabaga this week. We are counting down the months left til she is here! I am definitely preparing for my leave and cannot wait to meet this little one. I am excited to spend time off and have nothing but snuggle time with her.


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