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Find out all the essentials you should bring with you to the hospital on delivery day with this handy list that every pregnant ...
women should have.
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Hi everybody! I'm Melanie Raposo and welcome to Mommy's Minute. When it's time to go to the hospital and give birth, chances are, you are probably going to be in a rush and you may forget some important things you'll need. Here is the list of somethings you should bring with you to the hospital.
For a mom you should have toothbrush and toothpaste, a socks or slippers, gown or robe, shower cap, a nice packed relieve back pain, hair clips and ties and some relaxing music. For dad, it's a good idea to bring a watch with the second hand some snack food and comfortable change of clothing and I stress comfortable.
Keep in mind, when you leave the hospital you are still going to look about five months pregnant. So don't try to squeeze into those favorite jeans just yet.
It's also good idea to bring books and magazines, camera or video camera and a list of phone numbers of all your family and friends. For the baby, you'll need a properly installed car seat, a receiving blanket, an outside blanket, booties and cap, a going home outfit or under shirt, sleepers and diapers.
The key is to plan a head. So make sure that you have everything packed and ready to go with you on a day of delivery and not sitting on your kitchen counter at home.