I made a bunch of stuff up ahead of time when my daughter was born last year and put it in our deep freeze..it was life saver! I had so much made ahead of time I didn't "really" have to cook for over a month.
Many soups freeze well. I made up a chicken cheese corn chowder, chicken noodle and spinach sausage. I put them in ziplock bags. I placed the bags in 2 qt juice pitchers and when they were frozen solid, I removed the bags from the pitchers and stored them in the freezer.
Baked ziti and lasagna, both do well in the freezer. The recipes I have make large batches, so I split them and got two meals out of each one.(http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Baked-Ziti-I/Detail.aspx) (http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Worlds-Best-Lasagna/Detail.a.... I store these in disposable pans.
I bought a variety of frozen veggies at Sam's to have on hand as side dishes. I also bought some frozen blackened Salmon from Sam's as well. It is surprisingly good for a packaged food.
I had my husband grill up a variety of meats one afternoon. Then I vacuum sealed or put in a ziploc bag and froze them. They are definitely better fresh, but with this much chaos, who notices the difference really? These are easy to microwave or reheat on the stove top. I have noticed that pouring a little broth over the meat helps them reheat better, they don't get overly dried out.
Lumpia and eggrolls can also be made ahead of time and frozen. It helps to wrap them in wax paper before putting them in baggies. Fried rice, which can be served as a side or main dish, does well too.(if you want to add shrimp I would do that the day you reheat, otherwise the whole dish may taste "fishy"). Red beans and rice does well, but make sure to add a little water when you go to reheat it.
Meatballs for spaghetti and sandwiches can be frozen too. We make our own spaghetti sauce and I have that in our freezer as well.
I tried to freeze a spinach quiche, but it didn't do well in the freezer, it got a bit grainy.
Chili does great. This recipe is our favorite. It has a lot of ingredients I was wary of combining (i.e. cocoa powder, beer and coffee), but it turns out great. This is another recipe that makes more than one meal's worth, so it can easily be split into two or three meals. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Chili-I-2/Detail.aspx
Stromboli freezes well too. I make these with a variety of fillings. I made a cheese steak version...filled the dough with philly cheese steak fixings. I also made a pizza version. Chicken and mushroom with broccoli was yummy too. I make these often using lunch meat that needs to get used up.
I also make up dinner rolls, garlic bread and bread bowls and froze them. You just want to bake them for about half the time, let them cool completely and then freeze. They store well in ziplock bags. When it comes time to heat them up, you can throw them in the oven frozen and cook for the remaining time.
Hope this helps!
Congrats on the new baby!