well, it sounds like you have all your bases covered. the only other thing that i would suggest is to make sure that you pack some very comfy clothes for yourself. plenty of baby outfits, too. about 5 for baby, because the hospital will only put him/her in a wrap jacket, hat, and socks. after your c section, you will want to have some very loose fitting pants (sweatpants worked best for me) because you don't want anything to put pressure on your incision. soft, cotton granny panties helped me too. at first i thought i would just wear some low cut undies that would ride lower than my incision, but that proved to be a big mistake. your breasts will be extremely sore afterwards as well, so be sure to pack some comfy bras. maybe an ipod or something of the like to play some soothing music while your little one arrives. if your bottle feeding, make sure all the bottles are ready to be used when you come home. you will be able to walk about 8-10 hours after surgery, and within a week, you should be back to normal. it took me about 4 days to get up and around somewhat comfortably, and after the first week, i was able to get my baby in and out of the crib. by week 2, i was back to sweeping, mopping, and all the other house work. enlist all the help that you can get when you come home (you will likely spend 2 days in the hospital). your going to be VERY VERY sore. you'll be surprised to discover that it will hurt just to talk for the first day or so. i could only whisper without pain. using my "inside voice" was very painful for me. if you want to be able to take care of your baby, instead of having him/her in the nursery, then i would forgo the narcotic pain meds they offer you. i was offered morphine, but turned it down and just dealt with tylenol 3 codeine every 3-4 hours.