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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2007 16:25 
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congratulations on your new baby, send our love and hope your baby boy gets well soon x


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I was just trying to find a list of everything I will need for the new baby to make sure i have everything & i came accross this site which has a good check list of everything you will need. Thought i'd post it here for everyone to have a look at :D

http://www.babycare-direct.co.uk/baby_list.html

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I packed all the normal stuff and thought i had everything i needed...didn't know i'd be there over a week though :)

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My NCT teacher gave us a tip and said pack 2 bags, 1 labour bag and another hospital bag.

The labour bag is smaller and has the stuff you want in it for your labour such as snacks, music, nighty, water, aromatherapy stuff etc and then 1 baby grow, vest, nappy and a couple of pairs of knickers and maternity pads.

Then for the actual hospital bag you can pack the other 8 baby grows, breast pads, pack of nappies, going home clothes etc etc that way when hubby is trying to get you in to the hospital whilst having contractions he isnt struggling with too much stuff and can pop back to the car once bubs has arrived to get the other bigger bag.

Hope this helps - although I am hopefully planning to have my homebirth in the next couple of weeks I still have to make sure I have my labour and hospital bag packed for any eventuality.

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hiya,

make sure you take you mobile all charged up much better than payhone, Text ppl than calling at first, (if you are ok with texting if not start practising)

Also your favourite juice drinks and snacky foods,

Oh make sure you husband knows where everything is in the maternity bag!!

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Vimal wrote:

Oh make sure you husband knows where everything is in the maternity bag!!

Vimal


great tip!!

thanks :lol:


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I took loads but the only things I acually used were...

2 of Erics large tshirts while giving birth

1 set of pjs
slippers
shampoo
body wash
brush
large towel
those large sanitery pads
2 pairs of BIG knickers
1 pair of socks
comfy top & pants to come home in

& for krissi
1-2 nappies
cotton wool
1 baby grow
1 blanket
1 hat

Think that's it... It's amazing how much I forget in such a short time! :lol:

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*nappies are very important , as in the mat. ward , they have only pads for mums !! (if you forget , i think there is one sample in the BOUNTY PACK )
*No need for Tissues
*Sleeper is very important


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Lailasmum wrote:
*nappies are very important , as in the mat. ward , they have only pads for mums !! (if you forget , i think there is one sample in the BOUNTY PACK )


Some hospitals provide nappies so you can always check with yours. The Bount Pack isn't much help if you do forget as you don't usually get that until a few hours after your baby is born!!

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*nappies are very important , as in the mat. ward , they have only pads for mums !!


I don't think they had either on my ward...

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