Back in 2004 my first child was born and like most parents we wanted to capture every moment of our daughter's life.
You bought a camera to document your children/family memories. A good reason, lots of people do that.
I have a few realtor friends who've asked me to photograph their new listings for them. They've called me back for more work, so I must be doing okay there.
You say you don't want to be a Pro, but you do Pro work (even if you don't get paid).
And now, I'm not sure what else to do/try. So far all of my pictures have been functional rather than creative. That is the reason behind this question. I want to break out of the functional mode of photography. I want to jump start my brain ...
But that's not the original question. You asked about Photographer's block. "I just can't seem to get inspired to do anything lately."
Seems to me your real question is how do I move from functional to creative. And that's a very difficult question to answer.
Some people think that creativity can be taught. From my POV, talent/creativity is something you are born with. I think you can teach technique, but not real creativity. Maybe technique will satisfy your needs.
My next question. What do you think your functional photography lacks. Is it Point-of-View/Composition, Lighting, Whatever