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Sunday, March 13, 2011

To Do: Get Back to Normal

After 3 (or was it 4?) incredibly busy weeks, a 7 day fever and terrible cold, we’ll finally be back to “normal” this week.  Zero extra meetings, zero extra days at school/work and zero major decisions to be made. 

In that time, I’ve forgotten how to be productive at home…we’ve just been focused on surviving, know what I mean?

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But it’s time to get back to work.  So, my February to-dos have become March to-dos.  I deleted a few of the less important ones, and I’m adding some new ones.

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See that last one?  I’d really prefer to get the others done first, but with 2 weeks until my due date, it seems unlikely!

I do have a couple things done, that I haven’t shown you yet.  Look forward to those this week!  (For real, I promise!)

12 comments:

  1. HOORAY for your last to-do... = ) Oh my goodness...two weeks. ACK!

    Can't wait to see what you've been up to (and I can TOTALLY relate to being in survival mode.) Just remember the baby doesn't care much about any of the other things...he just needs a healthy mama to love on him!

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  2. Ooh, I'm definitely excited for the last one! Although I hope you have the time to get the other stuff done--good luck!

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  3. That's quite a list with a big event only two weeks out! I know it's high-time you start nesting, but I'm not sure how you can get that much done!
    Good luck!

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  4. Wow, that's quite the list! I hope you get enough done to feel ready for the arrival of your little one and that you feel energetic and healthy through it all! Keep us posted! (Two weeks?! Already?!)

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  5. Wow Katie, you've got lots to do!! I remember wanting to get so much done before my babies were born. It's amazing what you really can accomplish when you're nesting! Good luck with your list and enjoy what rest you can get. :)

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  6. I won't lie. I haven't read past your "about" info and between "I like digital Scrapbooking" and "Elvis has left the bathroom" I'm pretty sure I love you (in a platonic NON-single-white-female way) <- and if you don't get that movie reference then I look REALLY creepy right now!

    Definitely following you and looking forward to more!

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  7. You have incredible energy! May it stay with you for the next 18or so years! ;-) Missed you today at the gathering of Real Farmwives of America. Stay tuned for cool info from Cris in the very near future!

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  8. Oh Katie. You take care of yourself. The list can wait! :)

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  9. You can do it, Beautiful! Enjoy those last few weeks of feeling your little one inside!!!!

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  10. If I were you I'd be totally milking it and sitting around with my feet up! :) Thanks so much for stopping by to comment on my little jailbird. Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you. Since our little escapade to pick up Cooper at the police station it's been tough to find the time to get back to everyone. Sorry, but your sweet words on the matter made it easier to get through.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  11. What a cute post! Wishing you all the best with your biggest To-Do project yet :D

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