I have gone down this route in the past, and I ended up spending more time tracking my time than it was worth.
Rather than a reactive approach like tracking your time and then making adjustments, I have found it's better to set out a schedule that you want to meet and then execute on that.
Hope that helps!
If you're generally interested in seeing how your website performs, you can try a few options:
Our team was searching all over the Internet for new tools, so we decided to sit down one day and go through all the junk, all the spam, and pick out only the good stuff.
That effort led to Cobase, which is free to use and has all the top resources in one place.
It is quite a pain when you first start looking around for web resources, so we tried our best to put them all in one place: web tools
If you have any other suggestions I'd love to hear them, and I'd also love to hear about anyone's own experience in setting up a website.
Thanks for the great response. Did you/your husband already know about Drupal or did you learn it for the site?
Would this list have been helpful to you? http://cobase.com/website
(note that Drupal is not on the list)