Feb 13, 2009 2:14PM
i know weve prob had this list so many times..... im jst writing mine- bt seems very short, so im sure iv missed lots off
any1 with a great list 2 share???
Feb 13, 2009 9:50AM
I was just going to use the checklist that's on the back of maternity notes or the-My birth checklist that's over there on the left lol.
Feb 13, 2009 10:06AM
Here's mine. It's a work in progress though!!!:
Slippers / socks
2 Open front nighties
Comfortable clothes (to wear home)
2 Nursing bras
Maternity pads (at least 2 packs)
Hairbrush and hair bands
5 pairs dark knickers
Kandoo type wipes (instead of toilet paper)
Snacks / water / straws
Lansinoh nipple cream
Wash bag for dirty clothes
Maternity notes & birth plan
Hypnobirthing folder and CD
3 Muslin cloths
Car seat (obviously in the car not in my bag!!)
Let me know if I've missed anything crucial!!!
Feb 13, 2009 10:10AM
great list! I am going to keep a note of that if you don't mind will have to add a lipstick though! I feel naked without it
Feb 13, 2009 10:17AM
finished packing mine a couple of days ago
3 open front nighties
thin dressing gown
slippers and socks (cheated here as taking slipper socks lol)
flip flops (for the shower)
5 x dark knickers
2 x nursing bras
change of clothes (jogging bottoms and a mat top)
5 pairs breast pads
2 x packs maternity pads
hairband (to keep hair out of face in labour)
toothbrush/ tooth paste
mini toiletries ( trial sachets lol)
kandoo bum wipes ( supposed to be genler down there afterwards than toilet roll)
cereal bars and lucozade for energy boosts
i pk 27 nappies
1 pair socks
going home outfit
phone/ address book
change for phone and car park
and some how i've managed to squeeze it all into one of those little wheely handluggage suitcases lol, must be a tardis lol!!
Feb 13, 2009 10:37AM
these lilsts have been really helpful thanks girls. i plan on packing mine next weekend. 28+6
Feb 13, 2009 11:24AM
Hi, check out march forum, i started a post this week and you will find loads of ideas on there xxxxx
Feb 13, 2009 11:41AM
I think i better get my bum into gear, you all seem so organised and i havent even started getting one together yet. Does anyone know if you have to bring your own milk in if your bottle feeding?
Feb 13, 2009 2:10PM
Don't worry, I've only made the list - I don't even have half the things on the list yet!!!
Sorry, don't know about milk.
Feb 13, 2009 2:14PM
owww, my auntie recently had a baby and the hospital didnt even provide a blanket to wrap baby in once they moved her from delivery to the ward, the poor little thing was wrapped in a towel..so id add a baby blanket or 2 as well, just in case
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