Some useful information and tips when preparing for your hospital visit, for the birth of baby.
Experts recommend that you should have your hospital bag packed between 34-36 weeks, however we think its never too early to be prepared! For some expecting parents this can be overwhelming and very confusing with so many hospital bag checklists available. It’s always best to check your preferred hospital location to see what they provide. You may have dreams of planning to have a home birth which is great, however in some cases you are rushed to hospital and need your hospital a bag ready to go for your labour and birth. It is always best to be a step ahead in the game and be prepared than to be put in an uncomfortable and rushed position, especially during this exiting time of labour. Our Hospital Bag Checklist is simple and inclu . . .
I’m Pregnant, can I tell the world now… Oh, I remember, the feeling of seeing that little line appears after a nervous pee on a stick…. Then the delight in knowing you are having a BABY!! It is one of those very special moments in life that you won forget. So how do you make the announcement go off without a hitch? From grand gestures to little intimate notes, your announcement should be perfectly suited for you. Pregnancy announcements have come a long way and couples are being very creative when it comes to the big broadcast. With the help of social media, easy photo edit apps and a little creativity, you too can share your excitement with the world. Expecting woman have shouted to the world “I& . . .
When do I buy a nursing bra and which one? “Whoa, when did my boobs get so big?” Many expecting woman experience a “boom’ in breast growth at different degrees and time frames. Most woman notice an immediate change in sensitivity first. Size, shape and colour change during each trimester. “When do I NEED a nursing bra?” There are many ideas of what and when, and different brands tell you mixed information. It varies from woman to woman and there is no right time for everyone. Does that help? Nope, not funny when you are pregnant, indecisive and have sensitive knockers. So, we have scoured the net, seeked professional advice and come up with some tips on when to buy a nursing bra and which sort to purc . . .
The most important thing is being well prepared. This means having everything you need ahead of time, checking to make sure that all is in order, and storing the things you need to take with you in your Hospital MaternityBag somewhere convenient your partner knows where. Obv . . .
When baby says it is time to go to the maternity ward many families are in a fluster. What must Mum take with her in her Hospital Maternity Bag (and Dad in his if he is planning on overnighting). Not forgetting your newborn’s Bag, as your Baby will greet you in his/her . . .
It is best to take a structured approach when booking into hospital, because once admitted it could be some time before you can phone a loved one and ask them to drop off what you forgot. These are the team at Maternitybag’s most essential things to pack. However if yo . . .
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