I've packed and repacked the diaper bag twice. I returned the first diaper bag and bought the second one. If the baby doesn't come soon, we may start on a third diaper bag.
I've bought one bag of diapers, opened it and set them out, ready to use. Then, I went to another store and purchased another bag. If the baby doesn't come soon, I might need to get another bag of diapers.
I've counted, washed and folded all my receiving blankets. I've recounted the blankets, re stacked them and went to the store and bought 2 more. If the baby doesn't come soon, I might need to get more blankets.
I've bought baby soap and set it in the bathroom, arranging it more than once on a variety of shelves. I happened to find another bar of soap in a hidden bin and put that soap in an easily accessible location as well. If the baby doesn't come soon, I may have to try that soap out on a different shelf.
I've set up the changing table 4 times. At least 4 times. If the baby doesn't come soon, I might set it up again a different way.
I've washed and folded my hospital clothes, arranging them fashionably on the baby's bed. A few days later, I subtracted a few items and added a couple others. If the baby doesn't come soon, I might end up with a whole different hospital wardrobe.
Nesting. It's not just for the birds.