Here are just a few of the things I might recommend to try and pass the time if you're ever say waiting for a tiny human to make his or her grand entrance...
Take a walk outside your neighborhood - See new scenery, do some people watching, and spend some time away from tempting screens
Willamette River from the bike path
Catch up with friends - You finally have the time to catch up, so take advantage of it! I've enjoyed catching up with friends and former coworkers in these last couple months as I know my time will soon be quite occupied.
Get acquainted with Netflix - Sure, we watched Netflix before the pregnancy, but in these last few months, it has become like gold for us as we don't have cable TV. Netflix allows us to watch interesting documentaries (Craigslist Joe) and entertaining shows we haven't seen (Anthony Bourdain's Layover) for only $8 a month.
Walk the aisles of Target - We spent an hour last night walking up and down the aisles despite not needing a single thing. Granted, how much do you actually need from Target?
Clean your house - And then clean it again. Because a clean house makes you feel productive, calm, and happy. I've probably mopped our house more in the last two months than I have in the last year.
See a movie - We rarely go out to the movies because it's a bit spendy and I'd usually prefer to go out to dinner and drinks than watch a flick. But, changing it up can be fun and if you're lucky enough to have a cheap theater in town (we saw The Imitation Game for $2!), I recommend it.
Catch up on projects you've put off - There are a few still on my list and for whatever reason, I've taken a few steps toward them, but haven't stuck with it enough to finish them.
Enjoy pastries and coffee - Yeah, I've done my share of pastry eating during this pregnancy in addition to a decent veggie and fruit intake. I should probably start to clean that up...
Read a book - In addition to a few baby books, I finally read a fun fiction novel. I've also downloaded Amy Poehler's "Yes Please" for the hours upon hours the little one will hopefully be napping.
Go to the mall - Hear me out. On occasion, we head to the mall to do a little people watching, enjoy the AC, and plunk a few $ in the massage chairs and just relax.
Declutter your closet - A few months ago, I ordered a resale bag from ThreadUp and sent away a pile of clothes that I hadn't worn in a long time prior to the pregnancy. In return, I earned a little cash and felt good about getting rid of items I wasn't going to wear again.
Any other activities you would add to the list?