Step 1: Bundle up baby. In the process, cause baby to start screaming. Unbundle baby and calm her down. Re-bundle baby and put her in the stroller. Hear baby start crying. Respond wryly, "Sorry, baby. It's time to stop living like shut-ins and go get these errands done."
Step 2: Walk to tram stop. Pick up stroller with baby in it and walk up a flight of stairs to the platform. Ride in tram for fifteen minutes.
Step 3: Walk to the "green" supermarket that sells the dishwashing liquid I like.
Step 4: Walk to my favorite coffee place. Realize I have to walk five minutes out of my way, because I can't get to the coffee place that is literally across the street from where I'm standing due to construction on the tram tracks.
Step 5: Drink coffee and eat almond paste-filled cookie. Decide the five minute detour was well worth it.
Step 6: Walk ten minutes to another grocery store to get carrots for dinner recipe. Sing the praises of Dutch design as my small stroller fits between parked cars on the incredibly narrow sidewalks. Curse the Dutch for having such uneven and narrow sidewalks
Step 7: Walk five more minutes to the drugstore to buy toothpaste and shower gel.
Step 8: Five more minutes of walking (ugh I'm so tired) to the HEMA (kind of like Target but sooo much smaller, and they only sell their own brand of goods) for a baby brush and hand soap. Wait in line while baby starts screaming. Look apologetic while feeling annoyed that the lines are so long.
Step 9: Walk to tram stop and ride in it for ten minutes.
Step 10: Hoist stroller with baby and various bags of life's necessities down the flight of stairs. Wonder how people with mobility issues ever get anywhere.
Step 11: Arrive home. Unbundle pissed off baby. Crash on couch. Fantasize about hiring live-in help. Realize that is not an option. Feel triumphant about getting out of the house and completing all errands.