There are a lot of things that are different about having a baby about the house, and here are some of them:
Things we now have in every room in the house: baby blankets, baby socks (they just fall off!), burp rags (multiples in every room, they're everywhere!), pacifiers (and she doesn't even like them!)
I do WAY more laundry than ever before, at least a load a day, and that's BEFORE cloth diapers! Wow, does this girl produce a ton of laundry!
Showers are optional, or at least it feels that way. It takes some serious juggling or scheduling to shower. At least I've figured out that Baby Girl will fall asleep in her swing when I shower, so now showering and nap time are combined.
I schedule everything in two hour increments, because that's how often she will need to either nap or eat. I ask myself: Can I get that done in two hours? Is it far enough away she'll fall asleep in the car so it can count as a nap? Is there a place where I can feed her?
We have a lot more quiet time around the house. Both when she is sleeping, and when she is awake we love to just sit and absorb the world.
My clothing choices revolve around easy access to be able to feed a baby. I don't miss work, but I do miss dressing up.
I feel a mighty sense of accomplishment every time I get her to nap for more than 20 minutes at a time.
My heart melts when she smiles at me first thing in the morning.
I do and say sill things just to get her to giggle.
I'm learning how to do a lot of stuff one handed.
I never knew how much joy I would find in having a baby!