Monday, October 22, 2007

Monday Meanderings October 22nd


I am keeping my schedule simple these next few weeks. Baby should be coming in about 5 weeks. I am thankful that I do have quite a bit accomplished before the arrival. Now, I started back in August doing most of these things in hopes of having a restful holiday season with our new baby!
Here is what I have accomplished or mostly accomplished:
  • Christmas Shopping ( I have about 3 gifts yet to purchase)
  • Christmas Letters (Just need some address labels on them)
  • Meals Planned for 10 weeks ( about 20 meals made and frozen)
  • Office Cleaned and Organized
  • Baby Announcements (almost done)
  • Activities planned for my older children for when baby comes.

So, here is what I am working on this week.


The Five areas:

  1. Bible Study/Devotions
  2. Must Do
  3. Zone / Cleaning
  4. Train Them Up
  5. Menu Planning

Bible Study/Devotions:
I plan to read in the Book of Romans from the Bible this week. Our church is doing a new study on the book of Romans, so I want to delve into more deeply. I plan to read at least 1-2 chapters a day. I also want to start working more on my prayer journal.



Must Do:


  • Set-up Baby's room w/ clothes, etc.
  • Clean master bedroom and set-up co-sleeper
  • Homeschool Planning
  • Sew some burp clothes
  • Continue to create my "Blessed Home Notebook"
Zone/ Cleaning:
My zones coordinate with my must-do list. I will be working in the baby room and master bedroom this week.

Train Them Up:
I want to work on some fun art projects with the girls and also playing some games. I feel that I have not had time to just "play" with my girls and spend time with them because I get so busy with other things, or tired from my pregnacy, etc. I do want to continue to also read with them. We are working through a couple of books and I need to be more consistent with that.

Menu Planning:
Go here to see what I have planned for this weeks menu. Can you believe I actually planned for 10 weeks! Phew!

3 comments:

  1. I saw on the side bar that you are sewing baby wipes. Are they just cloths that you will use and wash with diapers? I have never heard of this before!

    My sister had a friend who sewed diapers for her with flannel. They were so cute, but not very thick, so she used them on the outside. I like the wipe idea, though. Sounds very practical!
    TM

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  2. I have a treat for you on my blog!
    TM

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  3. Good luck on all you hope to accomplish this week. It's great that you have almost all your Christmas prep done so early! Only 5 weeks until the baby comes, congratulations!

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