I just did my big transfer for February. (Wife gets paid on the 1st, so we transfer about half of her take-home to savings right away.) With the savings goals I started last year totaled up we topped $10,000 in savings progress this month! Not bad considering 5 years ago we were putting ramen on credit cards. We have no consumer debt at all right now (that'll change soon though when we replace the car.
It looks like we'll be able to finish the car-savings this month, leaving us 3 months to save for extra time off for my wife when the baby is born. We're shooting for $3000, which I think will cover us for at least a full month, hopefully two. Everything, budget-wise, is obviously going to change when the baby arrives as we'll be dealing with things like diapers and day care. So we'll see how long it takes us to get back on track with savings after that. It's nice to know that right now we're operating on a fairly large buffer. I'd still like to cut some spending along the way and I've got a lot of non-finance habits that need some serious attention, but this give me added motivation.