I'm not sure if there's anything more boring to blog about than a to-do list, but I want to write about it so that I can hold myself somewhat accountable to getting some of these things done. Yes, I purposely wrote "somewhat accountable" and "some of these things" because I have a healthy respect for naps, a dirty house, and going to bed early. I am also severly comfortable with putting certain things off. I
Here's the list, in no particular order (except for the first one) -
-make a to-do list (yes, that really is the first item on my list) DONE
-stock freezer with 3 dozen muffins (applesauce-raisin muffins, whole wheat oatmeal muffins, and/or blueberry muffins) DONE
-start the quilt that Aunt E has commissioned
-prep freezer-crockpot meals (I will blog about this - it's an ingenious idea!) DONE
-figure out rocking chair cushion situation - make or buy cushions?
-register at hospital - DONE
-plan emergency details if I go into early labor (aka, if my mom isn't here yet) DONE
-thorough house cleaning (I should probably make an entirely separate list just for this)
-wash and prep "new" cloth diapers (recently purchased on Craigslist) DONE
-sell a couple things on ebay or CL
-date night with the Mr.
-date with the Mr. and Little Girl - pumpkin patch? McDonald's? Inside pizza picnic?
-write down family mission statement
-birthdays (we have 8 family member birthdays in the next 8 weeks)
-finish Little Girl's Christmas present (dress-up box)
-finish Little Girl's birthday present (play refrigerator and play food, apron, shopping bag)
-pack hospital bag - DONE
-research good food for labor; prep food for the hospital stay - DONE
Whew. I am so proud of myself for having completed ONE of those things ... even if it was just making a to-do list!