– My productivity ranges from ‘do all the things’ to ‘do none of the things.’ I cleaned the house one day and the next I did nothing except finish a book. I also went to a doctor’s appointment, so I’m counting that as productivity. The other day, I rolled all of baby girl’s onesies and pajamas to save space. Now we can actually see all of them, which is a positive.
– I went to the Verizon store this week, because I installed the iOS 10 update and it pushed my already-full phone to its storage limit. I have so little space remaining and have had my phone a couple years now. I even have all my photos stored elsewhere, and I still have no space. I ended up ordering a new iPhone, because they gave me a lot more credit back for my old phone than if I had switched brands.
So my phone should arrive sometime in November, yippee. Now all I need is a sweet new case – I’d love to find a Disney one. I went with the black this time since I currently have gold so I’m not sure how the clear cases would work out.
– While I was at Verizon, one of the employees checked my cable/internet service that I have through them to see if it was updated enough. It wasn’t – I’m on a super-old plan, and apparently my router was ancient. I haven’t messed with our cable plan since we moved here.
So, he ordered us a new router and upgraded our internet speed and our bill also went down, which was nice. I had to finally sign up for the 2-year agreement, but supposedly military can cancel if we were to get orders to somewhere else, so I figured I’ll deal with that when it comes. I wouldn’t mind kicking cable since I rarely watch it, but Greg watches it for sports and movies, and now our bill is not too outrageous.
– Baby name picking is hard, but we have had one picked out for a while that we both really like. I know someone on my Facebook named their baby the same first name, but since I don’t really see them in person and haven’t talked to them in years, I don’t think I necessarily need to tell them our plans.
I’ve had to get over some baby name hurdles, and I decided that if it’s a name we love, go for it. I know that I want my baby to have a ‘unique’ name, but it’s unlikely that any name I pick will not be used by anyone else. I’d rather go with what we feel we love.