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    Maybe that just means your best moments are still to come?
    I like this idea.

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    When I started dating DH I was still at home 20 years old and still being treated like a child by my father, so when I finally put my happiness ahead of my Dad's own selfish feelings (the same feelings that held me back my entire teenage life) - if I hadn't who knows where I'd be today!? Perhaps without DH and my kids!

    I abseiled off the side of the Hilton hotel in Adelaide. I conquered my fear of heights (well I'm still scared but it didn't stop me) and I followed through and did it after saying I would and also raised money for charity too!

    Selling my first investment property for a good profit

    Living in the UK for a year and all the awesome amazing places we travelled to.

    Renovating my first house with DH.

    Since having kids..... Nothing!

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    When I discovered my hard work had paid off and I got first class honours for my Batchelor degree. Start of a great career.

    When DH proposed. So exciting. Felt so special. More so than the wedding day because that was just nerve wracking and stressful. Lol

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    Getting my bfp after years of fertility treatment I still cry when I think about it.

    My wedding day, it was the most beautiful day and i couldn't have asked for a better one.

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    Graduating uni :-)
    This alone I will always be so happy at my young self for as I'll always have a means to earn a decent wage
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    A few great overseas trips but opening our own office was pretty exciting ( nearly 9 years ago!)

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    * So many travelling moments esp my first overseas holiday and my big holiday with my DH to Turkey and the Middle East
    * The night I got engaged
    * My wedding - we did it exactly how we wanted and it was perfect
    * The five days I spent in hospital after my DD was born - it was just me and my DH with almost no visitors and it was such a special time
    * Watching my footy team win the Grand Final at the MCG
    * Skydiving with my DH
    * Buying our apartment
    * My BFP with DD#2 and her perfect ultrasound after a terrifying bleed

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    I wouldn't say it's specific moments in time necessarily, a lot of stuff I look back and enjoy in retrospect (like more than I did at the time if that makes sense).

    first big overseas travel trip was pretty exciting/amazing. moving interstate by myself and making it work is also something I'm pretty proud of.

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    Buying a house in the area we love.

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    When my mud cake scanned up as ON SPECIAL at Coles.

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