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I've not been sewing at all. All my grand schemes of homemade maternity and baby clothes are as dust. But I did find something easy to make that might get me inspired! A Baby Sling!

Spouse and I are pretty much on the same page in terms of how we're going to care for this upcoming child and baby wearing is part of that. However, there are several different types of slings and other carriers out there, none of them cheap, and how do we know which kind we'll like? I had been gravitating toward ring-adjusted slinks like the Maya and lo and behold they have a pattern to make your own on their site! I've gone ahead and ordered two sets of rings and now need to hit the fabric shop!

In other pregnancy-related news, I keep waiting for that nesting instinct to kick in where all I want to do is clean. I've done some random cleaning, like scrubbing the cupboard doors in the middle of the night, but that's mainly because I can't sleep because of RSL and start to get bored. I think I'll scrub the floor the next night I'm up (probably tonight). If I make a nice list of things that actually need cleaning, I might have a spotless home. Not that I'll really appreciate it since I'm a bit of a zombie from sleep deprivation (I know, get used to it. But honestly, babies actually do sleep more than 2-4 out of 24 hours, which is what my nights have been like)

Spouse has been pestering me to start baking bread again. We've been running out a lot and I just haven't been motivated. He convinced me that if I prep the dough and set it out to rise before I leave for work, he can take care of the baking before he leaves. Sounds like a plan to me! I might even slip in some nice risen sweet rolls in the mix so he can have a treat to take out of the oven as well.

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