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down to the last bottle

Sometime in the fall of 2007 I went shopping at Costco, several times, and almost each time I thought we needed more dishwashing soap. So I bought a bottle. Then one day while putting up the groceries I noticed the cabinet under the sink was full. So I bent my very pregnant belly down to clean out, rearrange, investigate as to what was going on. To my surprise I found 4, yes, FOUR bottles of Dawn. The size you see below.  

Last week we realized that we are down to our last bottle. That would be 3 years after I purchased the last of the dishwashing detergent.

With each pregnancy I had at least one item I continuously bought thinking we were running low or out of. With Joshua it was laundry detergent, Hannah was paper towels, I think. Can’t remember with Taylor but obviously I have a need to be clean and those things around be to be clean issue. Now I suffer from forgetting to get items until there is absolutely no more and I am forced to make a late night run to the Walgreen’s or Wal-Mart. Just can’t win!

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