With the now all too familiar couple of days of misery every 4 weeks behind us, we are picking ourselves up and dusting ourselves down again for another few weeks of baby factoring.
The one 'side effect' of all this is that I find it hard to see kids out and about, especially when with their dads, it sparks a wee shot of lonesomeness every time.
But Anyway...Our schedule has changed somewhat from the early days, when it was a case of as often as possible, every single day.
As fun as that was, it's just not practical for anyone not living in a commune, so now we are looking at 2 days out of every 3. Every other day seems to be the general 'rule'.
So hopefully this schedule should maintain quality and quantity of everything required and hold off the danger of things going stale.
Our diets are reasonably good, we are getting more and more exercise, and other than the kick in the nuts once a month we are more or less stress free.
What I'm curious about is have people been able to pinpoint any one change they made in their routines that proved successful?
Was there anything you started doing that you hadn't been doing that proved crucial?