I won't do much unti we know the gender and then time will dictate how much I accomplish. Before Dd was born I made a few diapers before I remembered how much I hate sewing diapers - so I bought the rest.
I also made 4-8 outfits in each size up to about 9mth, several summer weight large guaze blankets - DS had been a winter baby so his blankets were all flannel. I made curtains for the nursery, several pillow covers, and giant diaper bag - not an everyday bag, but one for those time when we would be at one grandparent's house or one friends house for an entire day. I made many wetbags, and a couple roll-up change pads. I'm sure there's more ... I sewed a lot before she was born, and even her first couple months as she slept a lot
If this baby is a girl, I will proably only sew a few things, as I still have all of DD's things. If it's a boy, I'll need to sew more, I didn't really start sewing clothing for kids until DS was 6 or 8mth old, so we don't have any mama-made newborn boy clothes.
I've made myself many carriers, so I likely won't make any more, though a 2nd stretchy wrap might be nice if I find fabric I love.
Easy crafts - if you can learn from youtube a crochet edge - you can edge squares of fabric into really nice blankets, it's all hand work, so no sewing machine needed, and you can sit in front of the TV while you work on it once you master the stiches. The no-sew tied fleece blankets make great floor mats (a double layer of fleece), and 1yd of fleece folded in 1/2 makes just the right size for a winter carseat blanket for next winter.