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Packing List for Hospital Bag

Baby on the way? Congratulations! If your due date is approaching it’s time to pack. We got the essentials needed for your hospital bag.

Baby on the way? Congratulations! If your due date is approaching it’s time to pack. We got the essentials needed for your hospital bag.

Checklists for the Parents

For Mom

Toiletry

Toothbrush & toothpaste

Deodorant

Travel size shower cream, shampoo & conditioner

Body Lotion

Skin-care Products

Facial Wipes

Lip Balm

Nipple Balm

Nursing Pads

Maternity Pads

Hairbrush

Hair ties & hair clips (will be needed for long hair)

Clothing

Nursing and/or soft and comfortable bras

Nursing Top

Underwear (the bigger the better)

Socks (soft and comfy)

Your favorite PJ:s

Bathrobe (comfortable and easy to put on)

Loungewear (take wide and comfortable clothes with you, which you can put on and off easily)

Slippers and/or flip-flops (so your feet will not get cold when you are walking around on the hospital’s hallway)

Going-home Outfit

Glasses and contact lenses (pack glasses, contact lenses can slip and disturb while giving birth)

Comfy Items

Earplugs (for those silent moments)

Favorite Pillow (you will thank us later)

Wellness products (if you decide to giving birth in a bathtub or if a special kind of music or scent always calms you, you should take massage oil, CD’s, aroma lamps or bath additives with you)

Food

Hard candy, dextrose or mouth drops (to keep your mouth moist during labor)

Entertainment

Phone

Long-cord Charger

Earbuds (to listen to all your favorites)

Book and/or magazines

Notepad or journal and pen (to scribble down thoughts, moments and memories)

For Partner

Toiletry

Toothbrush and toothpaste

Deodorant

Travel size shower cream, shampoo & conditioner

Face Wash

Lotion

Pain Killers

Clothing

Change of clothes

Underwear

Socks

PJ:s

Bathrobe

Slippers

Glasses and contact lenses (if you need them)

An extra bag (for all the goodies from the hospital)

Paperwork, info and important stuff

Birth Plan (to share your expectations and preferences)

ID and Wallets

Insurance Cards

Medical Cards

Money (for the vending machines)

Folder (for all hospital handouts)

Food

Snacks, snacks and more snacks (bring everything: sweet, salty, protein, fresh, fruity)

Reusable Water Bottle (for both)

Drinks (bring all your favorite sodas or drinks for both you and your partner)

Entertainment

Phone

Long-cord Charger

Camera and/or video camera (to record this unique moment for eternity)

Camera Charger and Batteries

Speaker (for all those great playlists)

Book and/or magazines

Checklist for the hospital

For the baby

Bodies

Socks

A beanie or two

Binky Blanket (a tip is to sleep with it a couple of weeks before, to get that familiar feel)

A Najell Wrap (is perfect for carrying your baby, while bonding and being close)

A Najell SleepCarrier (to carry your baby around without waking up the baby)

Diapers (is usually provided at the hospital, but it’s always good to pack some extra)

Small towels (for unexpected mess)

Baby Wipes

Pacifier

Car Seat

What’s usually there?

Bath Towels

Hospital Gowns

Basic Toiletries

Disposable Underwear

Grip Socks

Thick Sanitary Pads

Standard Pillow and Blankets

Wheat Pillow

Diapers

Call your mid-wife in good time before if you’re not sure about what to bring or not.

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