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    Default Hospital/labor/baby bag pics

    Does anyone have any pics of the bag they took? I feel like what I am packing is excessive, but I have no idea if it is just sensible. I have followed the hospital's guide, bubhubs checklists and read most of the what to pack threads here, but I still feel like I am blind!

    How many bags did you pack? What size bags were they? I'm so clueless...

    Thanks for any advice!

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    3 - one for me, one for DS, one for DP (he was allowed to stay overnight).

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    I'm also going to pack 3 one for me, bub and DF as he too is allowed to stay overnight I also used the bubhub guide and my hospital guide. I'm using a large overnight/weekender bag for myself not a suitcase (instructions from hospital), for bub I'm using her nappy bag and DF is using a backpack. Hope that helps

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    From memory I had a medium sized suitcase so I could wheel it up rather than carrying it, a smaller carry bag for my toiletries (pads take up some room!), and another carry bag for the labour ward.

    I'll probably take the same this time round even though I don't plan on being in hospital very long if all goes well.

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    I only have the massive big bags we use for traveling and after packing I still had loads of space, so I added blankets and towels incase my water brake! I should probably add scissors and string to incase it is a home or car delivery


 

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