And are you working on anything related to baby?
Right now I'm knitting soakers. I've finished cutting out diapers from some fabric I got when my toddler was an infant. Now I just have to get more elastic to sew those up. The cutting is the hard part, so hopefully the sewing will go quickly. We've worn out most of my stock of diapers over the years.
I picked up this book, http://www.amazon.com/Natural-Nursery-Knits-Handknit-Projects/dp/0312592973 with a gift card I got for my birthday and can't wait to try a few more of the projects. I made an adorable little rattle for my new niece/nephew due next month.
Our big project is a new cosleeper, based off this design: http://www.babybunk.com/ Ours will be large enough for a standard crib mattress. The overall dimensions will be just narrower than the crib mattress, so that when it is attached to our bed frame, it will snug right up with no gap. We've previously used our crib without one side rail attached (it was designed to be used this way as a toddler bed). But we've always had an issue with the gap, and the crib is just not so sturdy anymore after 4 babies. Dh is planning to cut the sides while at his mom's for Thanksgiving on Thursday. I'm excited to get it done, as I can't picture cosleeping with twins in our queen alone!
ETA: The soaker pattern I'm using: http://www.curlypurly.com/curlypurly.com/Free_Pattern_Downloads.html I'm using ribbed leg cuffs.