There are a lot of things that I said I'd start doing again after we got back from vacation (after Little J was 8 weeks old). I stopped doing a lot of things once I realized how much work a newborn is. I have also had a lot of company in the past few weeks which makes somethings (baking) easier and somethings (cleaning) harder.
So, I have once again started yogurt. I had some frozen fruit up to add to it, put it went back in the freezer when making fajitas last night because we needed the space in the fridge.
I once again have sun tea.
I am making kefir juice today (if the water kefir is still good).
I have bread but need to make buns and begin to soak things again.
Cloth diapering has been going really well. I do need a few more wipes though because I run out of the nice ones first and fleece is to thick. I use those as liners.
I have been keeping up with the kitchen for the most part- harder with company sometimes but they an also help.
We dehydrated carrots to make carrot chips and because it has been so hot that I wasn't willing to heat up my house to can them. (We have daily been having heat indexes of 105*.
I have a next on the dehydrate list- halved cherry tomatoes from my tiny garden.
I have a stack of cooking magazines that I need to do something with. I'm not sure yet what.
I need to pull out my housekeeping binder, look at my cleaning shedule, and see if it is practical.
I also need to start putting Little J down for naps so that he doesn't get over tiered on some days and sleep and fuss the entire next day (he never sleeps for very long those days. However, he is starting to nap in his crib, rather than on me or in his bouncy seat. So we are making progress.
I need to start running and swimming again. Though I am almost down to my goal weight.
I need to start pumping so Little J has something to eat when I am at school.
My "need to"s still out weigh my accomplishments, but Little J is happy (overall), healthy, and growing well; and I am not only sane but enjoying most of life. If only it weren't so warm to we could get out more! Now I see why people with babies get little done and believe that maternity leave should be longer than 6 weeks even if it is unpaid! 6 weeks is ridiculously short considering what baby and mom need!