tell you that you want to nest. You want
the house clean and ready for any moment when the baby could arrive. There is a sense inside of you that needs to
make sure everything is in order and you are “ready.”
a bit with everything else that seems to be going on in this crazy household of
me out quite a bit with my crazy projects.
One of those projects was to moving the playroom downstairs. I think that organizing spaces helps
me feel a lot more relaxed and centered, especially with a new baby coming.
get ready for the new baby is to put the baby gear where it will most likely
be for quite some time. It helps
especially with my older kids who like to run around in the house quite a bit
(especially during the very cold winters we have in New England). Getting used to having a bassinet close to
where they typically run was important for me.
I don’t want them to accidentally run into the baby!
baby I would want to make sure everything was clean and ready. And of course I want things to be clean and
ready, but that is also part of my letting go of expectations. It isn’t realistic for me right now to think
I am going to get the floors washed every day, or make sure every piece of
laundry is put away (if it is clean, I am happy).
the baby early? Well, we might come home
to a house that isn’t as neat and tidy as I would like, but the baby probably
won’t care that much!
here. If there is one “nesting” skill I
have, it is baking ridiculous amounts of muffins and sweet breads and regular
bread and anything else involving flour!
nesting urge when you are pregnant? What
if your kids derail all of that nesting constantly?