I found this list, thought it could benefit some of us around here Read another pregnancy book. Take a bubble bath. Get a pedicure. Eat something spicy. Talk to an old friend. Learn to time contractions. Pick out a baby book. Go over your list of baby names one more time. Write a birth plan. Change the message on your answering machine to inform callers you're still around. Get your hair done. Get a massage. Go for a bumpy ride. Recalculate your due date. Hang out with us on the pregnancy forums. Watch reruns on television. Wash all of your baby clothes. Check out a matinee movie, alone or with a friend. Make a rice sock for labor. Try a new recipe for dinner. Pack your birth bag for the hospital or birth center. Look through your pregnancy journal and relive some of the better moments. Buy a new nightgown. Go dancing! Look at some birth announcements. Put the baby's car seat in the car. Go window shopping. Daydream about the baby. Eat something else spicy. Might I recommend Samosas? Buy a nursing bra. If you have older kids, read to them. Shave your legs. Visit someone else with a new baby and practice holding them. Think of goofy answers to the questions about whether or not you're still pregnant. Try a new nail color. Change it again. Call your mom. Sit in your baby's room for a while. Buy a cute baby toy. Get lots of fiber. Put together any unmade furniture. Buy stamps for birth announcements. Work out - go to yoga, aerobics, whatever you like to do. Practice a new position for labor. Walk around the mall. Check to be sure your insurance information is packed in your birth bag. Do you have batteries for your camera? Listen to a favorite album. Buy a pack of diapers. Buy a new toothbrush for the birth. Make a cake. Call your best friend. Play with your pets. Do nothing for a change. Give your husband a back massage. Show him how you like to have your back rubbed. Buy any birthday cards or presents you'll need for the first 6 weeks after your baby is born. Have a smoothie. Recheck your birth bag for the hospital or birth center. Go to a La Leche League meeting or breastfeeding class. Pack some snacks for the hospital or birth center. Make a belly cast of your belly. Buy some sexy underwear, or at least not granny panties, for after the birth ( a couple of weeks). If you have older kids, make I'm a big sister/brother t-shirts for them. Bake a batch of cookies for the doctors and nurses at the hospital or birth center. Go to your last prenatal appointments. Order your favorite pizza for dinner. Have sex! *wink*wink*nudge*nudge* Think about anything but the new baby or labor. Tell your husband how much you love and appreciate him. Make sure you have a long distance phone card for the birth. Have someone inspect your car seat for safety. Try AAA or local car dealer. Get a new scented lotion for labor. Pack a diaper bag. Page your honey to make sure he's paying attention. Bake a casserole to eat after your baby is born. Put your birth bag in the car. Make sure you have some postpartum help lined up. Start a scrapbook for your baby if you haven't already. Call your pediatrician to see if they have a recommended list of first aid items. Look through your old baby books and pictures. Have a lunch date with a friend. Read positive birth stories. Chat with your doula about any last minute worries. Feel your baby's movements. Remember how you waited to feel the first fetal movements? Make a romantic dinner for your honey. Make a list of everything you will miss about being pregnant. Learn to knit baby booties. Ask your mom about your birth. Clean out the refrigerator. Rent a video. Take a practice drive to the hospital. Listen to a book on tape. Read a novel you've been dying to read. Go to work - why not? Think about your postpartum birth control choices. Read a new breastfeeding book. Practice a new relaxation technique. Refold all the baby clothes. Write a letter to your baby telling him or her how much you can't wait to meet them! Make a list of everything you won't miss about being pregnant. Give birth!