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30-10-2014 17:39 #41
30-10-2014 17:41 #42
A midwife came and helped me undress DD for her first bath the day after she was born and I guess she just took the little gown she had been wearing since birth. I wasn't really paying much attention but it never occurred to me to keep it.
(Naaaawww those teeny tiny iddy biddy baby hospital gowns that tie up at the back! Soooo darn cute!)
Me 32, He 35, DS 14, DD 2
Last edited by ~Marigold~; 30-10-2014 at 18:55.
30-10-2014 17:49 #43
Bubs is usually wrapped in the hospital's blanket at first after being dressed in our clothes, but then we would wrap in our wraps and use the hospital's blanket over the top if necessary...then put it in the laundry bags when we go. Our large regional public hospital ran out of towels and we were all asked to bring some in from home to use.
Just going through the logistics of fitting in a bassinet on wheels. A car would have a driver, the mother and at least one other passenger being the baby. Doubt it would fit in the car - must go in the boot. Wonder if they measured it all out before having a go and stuffing it in!
Last edited by Little Ted; 30-10-2014 at 17:53.
30-10-2014 17:50 #44
I kept his stump for a while, I couldn't bring myself to toss it! Then when we were moving a couple months ago I found it and got a little grossed out and tossed it. Looking back I wish I'd kept, I'm pretty sure it's fairly common, I've heard of heaps of people doing it.
30-10-2014 17:53 #45
30-10-2014 17:53 #46
When we left the hospital our midwife packed our bag full of anything she could find we kept asking are you sure? But she just gave us heaps
30-10-2014 18:09 #47
I didnt take any home, apart from straight after birth we used blankets we brought from home.
The midwife after I had DS2 did however shove a stack of blueies and a stack of the disposable wash cloths in my bag when I was getting ready to leave, she told me they'd come in handy.
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30-10-2014 18:26 #48
Slight de-rail - my sister was breastfeeding my niece, the stump came off mid-way thru and she put it on the bedside table. The dog came in and ate it. Now that's gross!
30-10-2014 18:29 #49
The only thing I took was her name tag!
It didn't even cross my mind to steal anything from a hospital, I would feel too guilty if I did
30-10-2014 18:50 #50
At the birth centre bub and I were wrapped in towels and a an adult sized blanket until we got out of the bath and back in our room. Hubby then wiped of DS2 and dressed him in our own clothes and wrapped him in our blanket. Same sort of deal for DS1. Never even saw a baby blanket TBH.
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