Fantastic checklist for us eager ones!

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  1. ashnbump

    ashnbump Mum to Kara & Pregnant!

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    I've found this great checklist for all our baby needs, and its also got a handy hospital checklist too (may be a bit early for some but nice to know what to expect!)


    If my original upload doesnt work you'll need to register here:
    https://www.hipp.co.uk/register.htm to access the list guys!

    (im unable to attach the list because it exceeds the file size limit sorry!)

    xxxx
     
  2. trish1200

    trish1200 Well-Known Member

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    Very usefull, thank you!!!
     
  3. ShadowRat

    ShadowRat Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, this is a cool looking club to join! I joined up... I'm gonna try to copy the list into text on here to share with everyone as you couldnt upload the file (how annoying lol)

    Thanks so much for sharing :D

    Shadow xx
     
  4. ShadowRat

    ShadowRat Well-Known Member

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    Baby essentials -
    home check list​


    For you:
    • Maternity pads – a couple of packs
    • Front opening night shirts – useful for breastfeeding
    • Old / cheap / disposable knickers
    • Nursing bra and breast pads
    • Frozen meals so you don't have to think about cooking
    For baby:
    • Lots of bibs
    • Muslin squares – at least 2 packs
    • Cotton wool pads or balls
    • Cot (plus mattress, fitted sheets and cellular blankets)
    • Infant car seat
    • Pram buggy or travel system
    • Six sleepsuits / long sleeved suits
    • Six vests / short sleeved suits
    • Two cardigans / jackets
    • Shawl or snow suit
    • Hat, mittens and bootees
    • Changing mat
    • Newborn nappies
    • If bottle feeding – a set of six bottles, a steriliser and infant milk formula
    Things that are handy, but not essential:
    • Moses basket / crib (plus mattress, sheets and blankets)
    • Sling
    • Bouncy chair
    • Baby monitor
    • Changing bag
    • Breast pump
    • Baby wipes
    • Bath thermometer
    • Nail scissors
    • Baby bath towel with hood
    • Room thermometer
     
  5. ShadowRat

    ShadowRat Well-Known Member

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    :wohoo: it worked!! Hehehe... They also do a "hospital checklist" in there, but I can't be bothered to set that all out in here right now I'm afraid, so you'll just have to join their club if you want to see it! (Unless someone else is as bored as I just was and wants to put it all on here?!)
    It's free to join, and I think you get free vouchers and stuff from them, as well as advice and lots of information!

    xx
     
  6. divagee

    divagee Well-Known Member

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    Oooo fab fab fab! was just going to do a search on google for something like this! thanks x
     
  7. bjl1981

    bjl1981 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for taking the time to type that shadowrat!!
     
  8. Vici

    Vici Mum to a LTTC princess!!

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    Thanks girls :D
     
  9. ShadowRat

    ShadowRat Well-Known Member

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    :) no probs. Glad ashnbump pointed it out :D
     
  10. ShadowRat

    ShadowRat Well-Known Member

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    There is also a pretty decent list in the back of the Mothercare catalogue, OH and I are working through that one gradually to make sure we're ready!
    Shadow x
     
  11. Boothh

    Boothh Jesse, Teddy and 4 angels

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    is it just me.. or seriously is anyone really only going to buy 6vests and 6sleepsuits,
    im much more lazy than to do the washing every other day and can imagine ill be worse when i have a baby to look after too.. just wondering?
     

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