Cloth diaper laundry is easier because it's all in one bag or bucket. You just throw it in the was, no sorting, and when it's done you just throw it in a drawer, no folding. Easy peasy! Our laundry is about the only thing I can keep up on. Everything else gets passed over.
I feel exactly the same way as you, Carrie, about working and staying home. I never liked working. I hated having to get up at a certain time and dress a certain way. I even hated having to take a shower just because I had to go to work. I also didn't like any of the jobs I had. I'm not a very social/people person (believe it or not as much as I run my finger mouths on here...hehe) and I get very nervous interacting with strangers, which is almost unavoidable in any job. My last job as a patent examiner was probably the best but it was just boring, busy paper work. I didn't feel like I was doing anything that mattered.
I feel like I'm not very good at being a sahm, either, though. I'm definitely not a good home maker. That bothers me some but not too much. But I feel like I don't do enough with my kids. I mean, I'm always here but we don't do much together. It just seems to difficult with a baby, which I've had continually since I became a sahm, or I'm tired or I'm just bored. I've always gotten bored doing kid things very quickly. I used to whine about when Ryan was little. I hated playing board games and stuff with him. I would get so bored I'd start yawning and falling asleep within minutes of starting. At least I could play them with him, though, because there weren't any distractions. I really don't know how people with multiple young kids are able to do stuff like that with each one.
Kat ~ The new place sounds nice!
I'm pretty sure Kings Dominion is still there. I preferred that to Busch Gardens when I was a kid/teenager. I went to Kings Dominion a handful of times, I think, but never went to Busch Gardens. Kings Dominion had all the cool rides. Busch Gardens was more of a grown up cultural experience.