Oh, OP! I bet your baby is happy! You are spending time with her and communicating, that's almost enough to make any baby content, I think!
~Our LO is 6 weeks old. We talk and sing to him, make funny faces and weird noises. He loves sitting in our laps or in the corner of the couch. When he is sick of being held we set him in his baby gym and watch him push around the toys that hang, while we talk to him, kiss him up and try to talk him into longer tummy times. He dislikes his tummy time sooo much that he learned how to kick a roll onto his back when he was just 3.5 weeks old! Now, we place him on his belly and presto rollo he is back on his back. So we set him back on his belly...
If he gets bored with mommy, daddy, dog, gym AND swing (all sitting/reclining)... There's always dancing. And he is already a fan of the peter pan, he will stretch his neck out, turn his head up and push his feet out straight as we "fly" down the hall or around the table. He also likes being held in an upright position as he bounces up and down using his legs.
His alert times vary daily, and sometimes he is awake almost ALL day and then is impossible to put to sleep at night so we have added periods of "forced cuddling" while rocking in the recliner or glider until he is sleeping. Even a short light nap helps with the "night time colic".
As happyblessedmama said, he usually goes everywhere with at least one of us. Folding laundry? He is laying on the bed where I toss the clean clothes to be folded. Doing the dishes? He is in his swing in the kitchen watching as I put the items in their places and tell him what they are and what they do or he is hanging out with his father. Taking a shower? Well, the bassinet fits in the bathroom and my LO LOVES the sound of running water. While I am working on my schoolwork he is usually laying on the couch beside me (I do my work on the coffeetable) either watching me type or taking a snooze.