The date is getting closer, so is the excitement, only a few days or weeks left until giving birth...
There are many things to have prepared at this point, such as the nursery and all the essentials your baby will need when finally coming home. Another important item you should have ready by now is your hospital bag. Even if you are planning not to go to the hospital, you may need to go unexpectedly, so it is always a good idea to have one prepared anyway.
Make sure you pack a bag that has everything you need before, during and after labor. The bag should be packed by 36 weeks of pregnancy. It is always a good idea to bring some items from your home, to give the space a more personal touch and create a homey feeling. This can be anything such as your favorite pillow and blanket. Make sure to check with your hospital about what items you are allowed to bring, as the policies may vary.
Here is a list of the essentials to bring to the hospital:
In a second bag include:
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