Oh, tons. I saved the whales in the morning, and by the evening had negotiated diplomatic trade relations between two warring states and designed a solar panel with 500% more efficiency than previous industry standard models.
...Well, I did manage to bake a batch of chocolate caramel bars and wrap them for DH to take to work to sell tomorrow. That was probably my most major achievement... but it's more impressive when you consider I did most of it with the baby in one arm!
I made 3 weeks' worth of frozen meals before Rowan arrived, and I just realised today that she's 2 weeks and 2 days old today, so they won't last much longer! (Although we had a few nights where we didn't use them, so we may have about a week-and-a-half's-worth left still--not sure). So I don't need to worry about dinner, which is just as well because most days I don't actually get the chance to go out to the garage and defrost a meal! Our microwave's been working overtime.
Other than that, I try to get stuff done in short bursts while she sleeps. Priorities are unloading the dishwasher (simply because I feel like a rotten wife if DH gets home from work and the dishwasher hasn't been unloaded), laundry (mostly Rowan's cloth nappies), eating OK (I neglect this at the best of times, but breastfeeding makes it a priority) and doing my hair (to avoid sinking into deeper slovenliness than usual!). Anything else is optional, including feeding the chickens, who are free-range and need to learn some self-sufficiency, darn them, especially as they're not providing me with any eggs!
AllisonK: Congrats. I started changing the sheets two days ago and never got further than removing one pillowcase off one pillow. The pillow is still naked... and as for the rest of the bed, I console myself with the thought that the other sheets would show the baby's spit-up worse than the current ones anyway.
RosemaryS-F: Any hints on Ergoing a newborn? I have an Ergo, with the newborn insert, and I tried it today but she only lasted for 15 minutes before starting to scream, and she looked kinda squished. Maybe I did it wrong. Are you supposed to be able to nurse while baby's in it? I couldn't, she was too high up. I'm terrified of the thing, for some reason, but I know I'd get a lot more done if I used it... help!