Your hospital bag checklist

Most people tend to overpack when getting ready for the hospital, resulting in an overload of items you just don’t need. In this guide, we’ve listed the essentials you, your new arrival & your birth partner need so you can feel more prepared, organised & relaxed. Although you have a given due date, your little one could arrive a few weeks prior to this, so it’s best to have everything packed around 37 weeks

The clothing essentials for baby:

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The essentials for mum:

  • A nightdress or pyjamas; choose one with an open front if you’re breastfeeding or want skin-to-skin contact.
  • A robe
  • Cool & comfortable clothes; you’ll be surprised how warm it can be in a hospital
  • Throw away underwear
  • Sanitary pads; hospitals often provide these, but you may prefer your own brand
  • Socks
  • Slippers
  • An eye mask
  • Your own pillow; it’ll make you feel more comfortable
  • Toiletries; we suggest your favourite shampoo, a treat shower gel, body lotion and lip balm
  • A water bottle; the bigger the better & with a straw for ease
  • A comfortable going home outfit

If you choose to breastfeed:

For your birthing partner:

  • A change of clothes
  • A camera
  • A phone
  • Chargers for the above (and yours)
  • Plenty of snacks

    Hospitals will usually provide you with: nappies, baby wipes, tissues, wet wipes, pain relievers & a sponge. But you can always take your own brands if you want.

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