hi, any idea if i should consider packing a gro-bag for baby for first night/s in hosp or will i not be allowed to use it (providing he is big enough anyway) or should i just go with using blankets in hospital and worry about bags when i get home?
Quick question - I bought some disposable maternity briefs - any idea how many a day it's normal to get through? Are you supposed to change them each time you change a pad or is it just throw them away at the end of the day? I'll be hospital 3-5 days and have a box of 5 so far.
I would maybe buy some more pants "just incase" of leaks...but if they are ok discard at the end of the day.
I also have a dummy in my bag just incase baby like to suck and its the only thing to comfort him.
I would check with your hospital if they provide towels or not...I know mine do but also some places dont. If not see if anyone on here has had a baby at the hospital your going to and see what they needed to take etc and what was provided. I did this and it was sooo helpful.
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