The project took a little over 2 weeks total. We kept the existing cabinets and all the appliances, except the dishwasher, which we switched to stainless steel to match the rest. We added new ceramic floor tile, "tan brown" granite, glass mosaic backsplash, stainless steel sink and faucet, cabinet hardware, and under cabinet lighting. We ended up getting a new water heater installed, adding a light above the pantry, refinishing the ceiling, and removing the garbage compactor which served no purpose other than to remind us that the 1980s happened. I can hardly recognize the white/bland kitchen that was there before now it's been replaced with a warm and happy space.
Renovations with a toddler in the house? Not the most fun thing ever, but this was the biggest and most inconvenient one we have planned. Unlike doing a bathroom where you may have other bathrooms to use in the meantime, most houses only have the one kitchen, which makes life hard when you don't have access to it, especially considering we cook a lot in our house.