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OMG! Nesting has officially set in and it is no joke. This morning I have cleaned every bathroom in the house, washed all dishes, organized my closet, helped clean out the garage (and thoroughly ticked off my husband by making him clean out his stuff), organized al 7 bins of christmas items, done 4 loads of laundry, vacuumed each room, dusted and mopped and I haven't even begun on the upstairs. How is it possible that my brand new house is so dirty?! Holy cow, how can there possibly be so much to clean before he gets here?! This instinct is crazy!
My nesting instinct is starting too - but only when it comes to the baby's room. DH is in the process of painting it, and I'm just ITCHING for him to be done so I can get in there and set everything up!
__________________ Thank you Kiliki... for my adorable signature!
The baby is in a position where every step is excruciatingly painful and standing is barely tolerable... I was going to clean this weekend, I wanted to so badly, but it was just too hard to get off the couch!
So..if you're nesting and out of stuff to clean...feel free!
Michelle & David, Expecting #1 May 8 2013!!
I woke up with a burst of energy yesterday morning and got the kitchen cleaned up. I scrubbed and scrubbed. Today, I feel like a slug. I just went to the store and bought a small fortune in cleaning supplies. I am determined to get the rest of the house as clean as the kitchen by next week.
Today the store, tomorrow the world!
It's so hard to muster up the energy to clean. I still have a list of things I want to do before baby arrives, around the house, but cannot seem to get the gumption to do them.