Baby born at 36 weeks with steroid shots

I think your bags look good. I am totally an over packer too, but it was amazing how much more stuff I had the husband go home and get. If I were you, I would pack a few (2-3) pairs of pj’s for the baby. The hospital will provide a onesie and a hat after the baby is born, but I wanted to put the baby in my own footie pajamas that I brought from home. You want a few extras in case of messy diapers or spit up. Plus, the hospital room can be cold (or hot, all depending on your hormones) so having some footie pajamas might be nice. I would also pack more than one burp cloth. I don’t think they offered us any and I luckily had packed about 4. They will be nice for nursing! A few other things I brought and am glad I did was her boppy and also my long body pillow. I was SO happy I decided to bring it with. It was so nice to have at my side for comfort when I gave birth, especially since I delivered without any pain meds. I would also pack one more extra shirt for Matt. My husband got some blood on his sweater he was wearing somehow. We all laughed about it, but luckily he had on a shirt under it he could wear until he ran home to get another sweater. Finally, do you listen to Pandora? They have a great station called Spa Suite (I believe), having really relaxing music while you are delivering is awesome! I think it helped to keep everyone calm and at peace! 🙂 You are going to do great! Oh and one more last thing! I would pack one of the swaddle me swaddles! They rock!

Baby born at 36 weeks with steroid shots

baby born at 36 weeks with steroid shots

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