A couple different brands of newborn and 0-3 month onesies.
A couple different brands of newborn and 0-3 month sleepers.
A couple different choices for going home outfit.
Pacifier or soother (if you plan on using one and don’t like the one hospital supplies)
Receiving blankets (in case you don’t want to use hospital ones)
Soft fuzzy blanket
Diapers (in case you don’t want to use the ones the hospital supplies)
Baby wipes (in case you don’t want to use the ones the hospital supplies)
Baby shampoo and lotion (in case you don’t want to use what the hospital supplies)
Nursing pillow if you plan to breastfeed
Formula if you plan to formula feed (in case you don’t like the brand the hospital supplies)
Cuddle bag, snowsuit or thick fuzzy blanket for babies born in winter.
Contact call list
Cell phone and charger or tablet and charger
Robe or birthing gown
Head band or hair tie
Comfy clothes for going home
Sanitary napkins (in case you don’t like the ones the hospital supplies)
Underwear that you don’t care if they get wrecked
Nursing bra (if your nursing)
Shampoo and conditioner (in case you don’t like the stuff the hospital supplies)
Any other toiletries you use normally (lotion, toothbrush, tooth paste, ect.)
Make-up (for going home and making you feel human again)
Lip balm (hospitals can be dry)
Something to keep you relaxed and help pass time (books, music,ect.)
Ear plugs (in case you end up in a ward)
Significant Other (Daddy)
Comfortable shoes (might be standing for a while)
Clothes (if they plan to stay with you at the hospital)
Watch or timer to record contractions
Recording device (camera, video camera, etc.)
Hope this helps some new Mommy’s out there as your getting ready to pack your bag for the hospital. Good Luck!