Wow! GUILTY!!!!! I do the same thing...makes me wonder if you're doing to yourself what I do. I look for references/inspiration. Collect it. Organize it. Even have glimpses in my imagination of what to do with all the cool shit I've gathered...but what I've ended up doing is satisfying the creative urge. My art style is pretty much collage, actual or drawing, calling upon multiple references to create an image. Collecting all those multiple references...in my head I've done the work. The paper on my drawing paper is horribly blank.
I have to ban myself from the internet when I'm in the middle of a piece. I find that a lot of the time if I start browsing dA I do the whole "OH GOD I SUCK ASS AT PAINTING" thing and can't finish the piece for a while while I convince myself that I'm not complete rubbish.
Something I've also found helpful is to save a reference folder (categorized, of course) of interesting and useful things you come across while browsing the internet. That way you have some references of neat stuff for when you need some inspiration, but you're not going to get sucked into the black hole that is the rest of the world's art.
Currently my brain hack is that I stop working at 5pm, that creates a nice sense of urgency and helps keep me from going down Internet rabbit holes.
Also there's the option of going away from the net. Me, my laptop, and my Wacom tablet are a pretty regular sight at some of the local coffee shops. Sure, they have wifi, and my laptop knows the passwords... but I also know that I'm out here to Get Some Drawing Done.
Oh yes, the Internet. I have to work pretty hard to stay off it.
What I do is set an amount of time each day that I want to spend drawing and not gaming or on the Internet. I set a timer going, usually for 45-60 minutes and during that time I draw. After that I take a break and come back again for another round a bit later. When making a picture I usually rough things out from my head, and look for specific reference in between drawing sessions. Or I load up my own photos on the laptop and draw or paint from those. Often the last half hour of my day is just sitting in bed, sketching stuff from my head, far away from the computer. Reference is important, but so is imagination.
I also go out to draw from life. I go to figure drawing about twice a month and out for sketchcrawl with a group of artists once a month. Plus all the random times when I'm waiting for the bus or train to show up and sketch people at the station.
If you're short on time, don't bother with the timer, because your daughter will regularly interrupt what you're doing anyway. I used to draw in between clients at work, so I'm pretty used to working with frequent interruptions. If someone/something interrupts you regularly, the best thing to do is quick sketches, either from life (as in, whatever is hanging around in front of you) or from your head. Use the interruption to get you away from the Internet if you're stuck on it. It's hard to get anything finished done, but this does make you great at sketching.
You'll probably have to save the longer drawing sessions for when you can get someone to babysit.