My PPD Plan is very similar to yours. Small differences are:
My OB checked my TSH (thyroid sending hormone) every 8 weeks during pregnancy and twice after delivery. This is a simple blood test and turns out I did have to adjust my thyroid meds twice during this time. Also, he switched me to a mixture of thyroid meds that are shown to work more effectivley on people who suffer with depression. (I have surgically-related hypothyroidismand take meds for this every day.)
I started Zoloft during my 7th month of pregnancy. I was having worsening depression and the doc felt this would create a safety net for after delivery.
I enlisted a couple friends to come to my house (taking turns) every morning for the first 6 weeks after delivery. They'd come around 10 AM, help with the baby and I'd get some sleep or at least rest for two hours.
I joined a prenatal yoga class that emphasized relaxation and breathing (rather than fat-burning) and included a guided meditation time. This class taught me alot about how to relax (although I'm still no expert
I also read a book called "Full Catastrphe Living" which teaches guided imagery....a real help in combating the negative effects of intrusive thoughts.
This is what I remember....I better get out my pen and sketch a solid plan for this time around, too. Thanks for the inpiration!