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What would previous moms recommend I take to the hospital with me?

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4 years ago
I am 36 weeks pregnant, and I think its time to start packing my bags for the hospital. But I'm a little unsure about what I will need and what I wont. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

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3 years ago
well with my first two births i found it very helpful to bring my own shampoo and conditioner to take a shower. things can get messy after having you precious baby, the babies diaperbag with just a diaper or two and some wipes. and you can bring about two changes of clothes for the baby and something for the baby to wear home. and for you i would sugest a robe or nightgown, prefer the robe if your going to breastfeed. and some very warm socks. and also bring a single blanket for your little one for he ride home. i hope i gave you a few ideas. these things helped me very much, and im due next month also and its what im planning to do again!
3 years ago
I HAVE TWO KIDS AND EVERYTHING KERINTEXAS MENTIONED HELPED ME OUT ALOT AS WELL BUT YOU SHOULD ALSO BRING UR OWN PADS THE OVER NIGHT ONES CUZ THE HOSPITAL ONES SUCK AND THEY TEND TO NOT STAY IN PLACE . HOPE THAT HELPS GOOD LUCK 
3 years ago
comfy clothes to come home in, baby's outfit, heavy duty pads, ipod or something to play music on during birth if that's what you want, camera, and your own toiletries

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