Last week I packed the baby’s hospital bag. I really love my Stokke nursing bag it is so spacious and I love the design and quilted material. It literally fits in everything I need. As I am having a c-section I have packed enough clothes for a couple of days. I left after one night when I had a c-section with Oscar and plan to do the same again this time.
The Stokke nursing bag comes in pink or blue and includes a nappy purse and changing mat. It has lot’s of little pockets inside and one large one on the front. It is perfect to fit all your baby essentials in.
In my bag I have packed three vests and three baby grows that I brought from Next I love the neutral star prints at the moment. I also have three hats, two from Next and one from Baby Gap.
As the baby is coming in December and the weather will be cold I brought a gorgeous star pram suit from Mama’s and Papa’s in the sale for only £10 reduced from £40. I also brought a star print knitted blanket from Mama’s and Papa’s too. I love their blankets and they are really great quality. To bring the baby home in I already have a knitted cardigan from Next and a Nod Pod blanket. The Nod Pod is a blanket that keeps your baby really snug and warm.
I have packed one packet of Pampers Newborn size 1 nappies, Johnson’s first touch baby wipes to save having to use cotton wool and water in the hospital and a packet of Aptamil first milk in pre sterilised bottles just in case I have problems breast feeding. I plan to breastfeed the baby but had problems feeding Oscar when he was born. I was kindly sent the Milton portable soother steriliser to review and they are great to keep your dummies germ me on the go. The dummies I have brought for the baby are personalised with Baby Maycock written on them. I had these with Oscar that said Mini Maycock. I brought these from mydummy.co.uk where you can choose from lot’s of colours, designs and types of dummies. Three only cost £9.00.
I have muslins, a cellular blanket, a Gro swaddle and some cute booties from Mothercare in my bag too, as well as a small tube of Sudocrem.
So baby’s bag is ready to go, I just need to finish mine! #4 weeks to go!