I've been reading GRS for quite a while, and always enjoy it. It's great to read things on a daily basis that remind me of good habits and reassure me that I'm not alone in the world. There really are other people willing to plan, wait, save and spend carefully.
My wife and I are still quite young (29). We have been married for six years and have two wonderful children (ages four and one). We are lucky enough to both agree that saving is an important part of life, which has made things very easy for us. Both of us survived college without a single debt to our name and now, the only one we have is our mortgage.
From a financial standpoint, we're doing pretty well. Our biggest goals are:
Pay off our mortgage by age 40
Save our first $1M by age 50 (millionaire-next-door style)
Raise financially responsible children
Help (as appropriate) when they leave home (college, wedding, etc)
Survive our family obligations
The last one is the one that scares us the most. Like many people, we're keeping an eye on parents who don't have retirement savings. They're still working now, but the day will come when they need to stop. I also have siblings who are having a much bumpier financial ride than we are, which gives us reasons to wonder what the future may bring.
All in all, though, we're happy people who are working on getting rich slowly. I'm looking forward to getting to know you all a little better and sharing ideas.