Sunday, 17 September 2017

What's in My Hospital Bag


A few weeks ago I shared What's in Baby's Hospital Bag as when looking for posts like this myself, I would've preferred them separately so that's exactly what I've done. Today, I have What's in My Hospital Bag, think snacks, toiletries and lots of breast pads. While looking for advice myself, I found a lot of help on the We Made A Baby blog which quickly became my life saver so here is exactly what we've packed inside my bag ready for that hospital visit!









I was in two minds about using a mini suitcase or a hand held holdall, which is what I finally settled on. I found this in TK Maxx for £14.99 and as I had vouchers left over from My Baby Shower decorations, it made sense. It's really roomy with various pockets and straps for snacks and portable chargers. Now that everything is packed away and Arran knows exactly where to reach for things, this is what I packed inside my hospital bag:

    For Me
  • Maternity notes & birth plan
  • Maternity pads
  • Breast pads
  • Disposable pants 
  • Large, black knickers
  • Carrier bags (for anything dirty)
  • Antibacterial gel
  • Nursing bra from Bravado
  • Light dressing gown 
  • Socks/slippers
  • Nursing vest tops x3
  • Comfy Pyjama bottoms x2
  • Comfy sports bra
  • Nighties x2
  • Havaianas Flip Flops
  • Going home clothes

    Toiletries
  • Lipbalm 
  • Face wipes
  • Hair bands
  • Tangle Teezer/Brush
  • Mama Mio face spray
  • Moisturiser (dry skin problems)
  • Deodorant 
  • Body wash
  • Dry Shampoo
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Arnica tablets
  • Mama Mio Labour Kit
I've also packed Lucozade and snacks, mainly jelly babies, Trek bars and jaffa cakes although I will be stashing some Dairy Milk in there too. The hospital I'll be giving birth in as an M&S Food opposite so extra supplies are well within reach for both of us as we can't forget snacks for the mister too! We also have phone chargers, cameras, a Kindle for those long waits. 

If you think I've missed something off that may come in helpful, let me know!

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2 comments

  1. This is a lovely bag for the hospital. My sister in law took a small suitcase with her and although it had everything they needed it seemed a bit too bulky when they were backwards and forwards between the hospital for a few days

    Mel ★ http://www.meleaglestone.co.uk

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  2. I find these posts really useful to start thinking of what I am going to pack. Carrier bags for anything dirty is a good shout - as well as jelly babies and energy drinks!

    www.theemeralddove.co.uk

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