WHAT TO TAKE TO THE HOSPITAL…straight from the nurses mouth!

My beautiful Sister in-law is about to have her first baby and I couldn’t be more excited for her.
She called me the other day and asked me what she needed to take to the hospital so instead of writing a novel through my phone I figured I would write a blog post about it!
People bring all sorts of different things to the hospital. I’ve seen moms come in carrying huge luggage bags, pillows and blankets and I’ve seen moms that simply have a cell phone in hand. The thing but people don’t realize is the hospital really does provide everything you ‘need’.
So you can take virtually anything you want or anything you don’t want with you…well unless it’s drugs or firearms…I would recommend not bringing those!
Oh but beers OK…I’ve had some patients bust out the beer after the delivery to celebrate.
The options are endless…after having 2 babies and working in the unit for years this list pretty much sums up what I think is necessary and essential.
*Travel size toiletries (including: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, deodorant, hairspray, toothpaste, toothbrush) most hospitals carry some kind of soap but I always liked having my own because more than likely the hospitals will be ghetto and cheap!
*Chapstick and gum: for labor…if you’re going natural you can eat whatever your heart desires but if you have an epidural they restrict you to ice chips only so it’s nice to have something to chew on. Some moms will bring mints or lifesavers to suck on too.  
*Razor: Obviously if you have had a c-section or an intense vaginal delivery your not going to want to shave and that’s OK!! I’ve had a lot of patients that don’t shave anywhere…it’s up to you. But I can’t handle stubble on my legs or my armpits so I like to throw it in just in case.
*Lotion: I have a specific lotion that I use on myself and my babies that I can’t live without. Most hospitals provide the yummy smelling Johnson and Johnson baby lotion but I don’t like it at all. After Baylor’s bath they put it all over his body and although he smelt great it irritated his face and made his baby acne worse. So I reapplied my own lotion and he cleared up the next day. I always bring a big bottle for me and the baby. (I HAVE GOTTEN A LOAD OF EMAILS AND COMMENTS ABOUT WHAT LOTION I USE ON MY BABIES! It’s not sold in stores but here is a link to the company I buy it from…it’s called RENEW! Email me for further questions!)
*Brush, comb, hair ties (hair dryer, straightener and make up bag) there is a lot more down time then I think anyone expects in the hospital…most newborns sleep a lot so I loved being able to take a warm shower and get ready. It always makes me feel better if I’m able to put a little makeup on and dry my hair. Some hospitals have jacuzzi’s available to postpartum moms as well…the hospital I work at has one in every room (including postpartum) and it’s nice to use them often (it helps heal and relax).
*Light weight zip-up hoodie, 2 piece pajama set or sweats: Most moms are fine with wearing the hospital gowns during their stay. I’ve had moms wear their own gown during labor and their own clothes after. Really it’s all about what makes you the most comfortable. The postpartum gowns are great because they have breast feeding slits but they can be more reveling then we want so a light jacket is nice to throw on while having visitors. Also if your planning on wearing the hospital gown it’s nice to have sweats to thrown on while walking the halls or going to the nursery. For me…after I have my baby I like to wear really comfortable pajamas. The best kind are matching flannel or cotton sets with a button down top. Easy to breast feed in but comfortable, lose and modest.
*Breast feeding bra and/or sports bra: Whether you plan on breast feeding or bottle feeding it’s important to wear the right bra during your stay. During labor it’s nice to simply wear a sports bra but if you do you run the risk of getting baby birthing goodness on you once you deliver. But we all know how awesomely huge are boobs are so it’s not the most comfortable thing to labor without a bra on. After I would switch right over to a breast feeding bra that way you can start getting the hang of it.
*Breast pads: make sure to bring a few…some moms leak even before their milk comes in and some after. It’s good to have them just in case. My favorite brand is Lansinoh.
*Extra large underwear: You don’t really need them but if you don’t like the mesh panties then buy a package of extra large granny panties…use them after you have a baby and store them away for your next baby or throw them away.
I would only take 1 or 2 pairs (just in case) to the hospital. The hospital has amazing mesh underwear they give you that is GINORMOUS and amazingly comfortable!! They only give you a couple pair so make sure you ask for more if you run out! You can wash them and reuse if you want. I would wear those for the first week or so! 
*Pads: The hospital will provide diaper size pads that are awesome but some mothers don’t bleed very much so it’s nice to have a few of your own just in case. Even if you don’t think you’ll need them I’d buy the amazing super plus ones! Remember no tampons for 6 weeks…so you will need a lot of them when you get home! It will be like your in 7th grade again! Oh the joys!
*Flip Flops: I see a lot of mothers walk around the halls with no shoes on…don’t do it!! The hospital floor is crusty and disgusting (no matter how often they clean it). Just wear flip flops there and keep them by your bed.
*The FUN STUFF: Like I said before…you usually have more time in the hospital then you think you will so I would bring a good book or magazine or laptop (gotta blog about your baby right away!!) Make sure to not forget your camera and video camera! After labor send your hubby out for some yummy treats…we all know hospital food sucks! They should have drinks and snacks available but it’s nice to have some other things too…even if it’s apples and grapes. 
If you’re being induced the labor process can take a while…so you might want to bring a movie or 2. I have a lot of mothers that will bring their Ipods or laptops and play music in their room during labor. It’s your room and your labor and as long as it’s not against medical advice you can do whatever you want while in labor. People bring candle warmers (no candles though…open flames!), or essential oils or their own birthing balls or blankets, pillows or soothing music. Labor is an amazing, beautiful thing and whatever makes you feel more comfortable the better. 
*The BABY STUFF: Honestly you don’t really need to bring much for your baby. The hospital will provide everything for you unless you want your newborn to use a specific type of diaper or wipe but most (if not all) hospitals use Pampers SWADDLERS. All you need is an outfit that the little pumpkin will go home in! I always bring a couple baby blankets and swaddle them up in them but they have all the blankets you need so it’s up to you. When you get ready to come home make sure you have your car seat (the nurse will want to make sure you know how to properly buckle the babe in)
*The HUBBY STUFF: Let him pack his own stuff…you have enough to worry about! Frankly he should only need PJs, a change of clothes and a toothbrush. 
The hospital should have all the rest!!
Good luck beautiful SARA…I couldn’t be happier for you!

What do you bring that you can’t live without when you have a baby?

XOXO
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  • Sara
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    Yess!!! Sadie rocks!!
    Thanks for the awesome tips and pointers. And thanks for doing this blog post. I hope everyone else appreciates it as well

  • Monique
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    I’m a secret stalker on your blog. I’m 6 months pregnant with my 1st and I find this very helpful. Thanks for the info!!!

  • marcalicious
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    well golly gee! i can’t wait to have a baby so i have have bum-numbing spray and giant mesh panties and 7th grade periods. awwww, sweetness!!!!

    p.s. it was a good and informative post. :)

  • Blondie and Her Writer
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    Thanks so so much for this post! I’m having my first little girl in December and I’ve been trying to figure out what I need to bring. I feel so much better about what to pack now. haha.

  • The Rousseau
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    Flip flops are a must!! I purchased 2 sets of majamas, nursing friendly pjs. They are kind Of pricey but it’s nice to have a new outfit or two after all the work you have done, you deserve it. Be sure to pack your camera & video camera. And, as far as your husband, a swimsuit. You may want him to be in the shower with you the first time. Also, some warm clothes!! I kept the room a little cold, hormones!!

  • My name is Jessica
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    Hi! I am so glad that I found your blog and am happily your newest follower. I fell in love with that knotted comforter you made for your bed! This list is coming at a helpful time. I’m expecting to deliver my second baby soon and I totally packed wrong for my first child. All I know for sure is that I had better have my jar of nutella packed in there some where!
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  • Pinky Maree
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    Mesh panties, I got gipped! I couldn’t figure out how to get tgat massive pad in my non-massive panties!!!

  • Kayla
    Reply

    I’d say bring a nursing pillow (newborns are so tiny- it’s easier to rest your arms on a Boppy!) and a nursing cover if you want one. That way you don’t have to shoo everyone out of the room every time you nurse (if you aren’t comfortable nursing without one). Also, I’d say bring comfy slippers with good traction instead of flip flops for walking around the hospital, but flip flops for the shower! Great list.

  • Tara
    Reply

    So, I think this is a great list except for where you say “if you’re going natural, you can eat whatever your heart desires.” I have been in the room for several of my friends births, and then my own in several hospitals as well as just talking to friends who have had babies. I have NEVER heard of any hospital allowing a woman in labor to eat. Every one of us was told that we couldn’t eat in case of emergency c-section. So I’m not sure what’s different about your unit, but I’d hate for women to go in thinking they can eat during labor and therefore not eat before going to the hospital and then be weak and disappointed when they get to their own hospital.

    • Jennifer
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      I agree…i always make sure i go in on a full stomach cuz they wont give you anything not only to eat, but to drink as well!!!! Only ice chips!

    • morgen
      Reply

      I was allowed to eat… AND I even had an epidural.

    • Amy
      Reply

      I was allowed to eat anything I wanted, even during pushing. Your body needs nourishment! Even if you can’t eat for fear if a c-section, there is still good digesting in your stomach from a day or two beforhlw that you could asperate. The risk is always there. Go ahead and eat and if your dr says no then sneak it. You need strength!

    • Carlie
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      My hospital literally has a fridge stalked with sandwiches, snacks, juices, all sorts of stuff for the mother and support person. The only thing they said was if you came in for a c section they would have you on ice chips. Other than that you’re good to go!

  • Mrs. Zahn
    Reply

    I am a new follower, found you on pinterest. Can I ask what your special lotion is? We are a receiving home for newborns waiting to be adopted..many of them come to us premature or have had some sort of drug exposure during pregnancy. So many of them have baby acne or super dry skin. We aren’t super fans of the Johnson’s baby lotion either, we have used clinique moisturizing lotion for sensitive skin, it works okay but I wouldn’t say it’s super effective. I would love to know what you use and give it a try next time! Thanks!

    • mrs. wilcox
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      My daughter had eczema pretty badly and the johnson’s was horrible for it. We use cerave on her and it is WONDERFUL. She is 2 now and we still put it on her everyday but her eczema is completely under control. The stuff was a godsend. We used cetaphil for a while but a dermatologist said cerave replaces a certain lipid in the skin that many people with skin problems seem to be missing. And the texture of the cerave is so much better. We get it at walmart. It’s a little pricy but can’t be worse than clinique.

    • Sadie Jane
      Reply

      The lotion is from Melaleuca called Renew! It’s a wonderful product!!

    • jessica
      Reply

      Ive used coconut oil since birth on my 2 yr old son, the baby washes and lotion major irritated his skin…coconut oil works great and he rarely if ever gets diaper rash!!!

  • Lynette @ My Craft Discovery
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    I’m pretty sure I got athlete’s foot from the hospital when I had my baby, so flip flops are a must! I had a 30 hour labor in the hospital and still didn’t have time to watch movie/computer/book/etc. After baby was born we were swamped with visits from doctors, etc. Take small entertaining stuff if you do take things. :)

  • BreeAnn
    Reply

    Hi I found your blog on Pinterest. I’m about to have my first baby and I’m wondering what kind if lotion it is that you mentioned you love?

  • ~Beth D.
    Reply

    Can I add to your list? My husband had such a headache from lack of sleep and we didn’t think to print ibuprofen for him. I guess you did mention it for her, but I suggest putting it with HIS STUFF! The hospital will take care of Mommy, but not Daddy!

  • Sadie Jane
    Reply

    For those of you interested in the kind of lotion I use…It is called RENEW lotion from a private company who does not sell items in the store. If you would like more information on the subject feel free to email!

  • Keeley
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    I found your blog on pinterest and loved your list! One thing I would add that I had birthing class instructor recommend and LOVED after delivering my daughter was Depends. As in the adult underwear. They sound crazy but they fit SO much better and felt so much better than the mesh panties and huge pads they give you. I only needed one pack and used it all up until my bleeding had slowed and then switched to normal pads but I recommend them to every pregnant woman I talk to because they were a small thing that just made such a difference for me.

  • WoozleMom
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    As far as postpartum undies…it sounds weird but I personally recommend Depends! Haha! You don’t have to worry about your pad getting out of place, which is nice. I used them for about 3 days — the days of heaviest flow — then I went to regular undies and pads. If you’ve got one or more friends who are also expecting, go in together to split a pack! Or save the rest for your next baby. :)

  • Dallin, Ashley and Claire
    Reply

    Thanks for this list, Sadie! With Claire, my labor started so fast that I literally was throwing stuff in a bag and not really thinking about what I might actually need. Luckily, we live like 2 miles from the hospital, so it’s not too big of a deal. :) But still, I love this list and I am packing my bag NOW instead of waiting til I am in full blown labor. :)

  • Lindsay RC Wilson
    Reply

    I must be missing out if “most hospitals have a jacuzzi for postpartum moms.”

  • Erin L
    Reply

    A tennis ball for backrubs!! After three children this is the best thing I have packed.

  • mrmichalek
    Reply

    Seems difficult to email. Is the lotion by the Melaleuca company? Looks like a match, but want to make sure before purchasing.

    • emelie
      Reply

      yes, the lotion is renew. i love that stuff!

  • Sadie Jane
    Reply

    For all those who have personally emailed me I’m beyond sorry that I haven’t gotten back to you!! I was fully prepared to email back but then a crazy toddler and ever growing baby took over my life …and eat infections and the flu and Christmas and New Years!…(hang my head in shame) nevertheless I do read every email and am going to answer the golden question for all…the lotion I use is called Renew and is made by a company called Melaleuca (a direct selling company). Also I know I’ve had a few comments giving me a little slap on the wrist for even suggesting that women being their own meds and not tell their nurse but please please know…first, I’ve been a labor nurse for 5 years and would never suggest anything with the intent of making child birth a harming experience…with that being said I would hope people take my suggestions and use their own discretion and noggins with what is appropriate and what is not! If you feel you are not educated enough with the medications or if something comes about such as a c-section that medications are given to you that you weren’t planning on in the first place then you can throw my suggestion out the window!:) also I appreciate all the little additions and advice!…we all are just tryin’ to help a mother out!! Right? Now let’s all give each other hugs and make cupcakes with bright colored frosting and draw pictures of rainbows and butterflies!!:) xoxo

  • Brittany
    Reply

    This is a great list. I totally recommend bringing your own favorite snack…granola bars, fresh fruit, crackers. Most places will allow you to use their fridge to keep fruit chilled and have a microwave handy to warm up food. Just ask! :) I forgot snacks and never asked for anything and I wish I would have had this info years ago.

  • Nikki Mancera
    Reply

    Hi! I wish I had this list with my first child. It was so informative and I think it’s the best list I’ve seen thus far. Just reading it brought back memories. Thank you for making me feel like I wasn’t the only one who loved the mesh underwear. When I had my last child, though, I wasn’t even allowed to have ice chips, and I didn’t have an epidural…I feel cheated now…lol

  • Dan Brennan
    Reply

    Love your list. BTW. But i will have to say I had 3 births natural, 2 without any insurance. If you are going into labor and have to pay for everything, please know that the hospital charges you for everything. Those mess panties, cost me $28 dollars for 1. And I brought my own Tylenol, because they charged me $36 dollars for a reg dose of 2 pills, regular over the counter stuff. So the 3rd baby, without ins. I packed everything I could possibly need for me and baby. Yes, they even charge you for everything the baby needs to! (And dosen’t need….i.e. passifiers.)

  • Meet the owners
    Reply

    Best hospital bag post yet…

    Last time I brought a half packed diaper bag and that was it. My midwife was out of town and my son had flipped. My ND and nurses had to take me to the hospital. This time around I’m in a new area and I have to go to a hospital si I will be more prepared.

  • Charlotte
    Reply

    As far as pads go, and I know this is a strange thing to recommend, but the Always Infinity pads were AWESOME for me post-partum. They absorb like champs, but the material they are made of is extremely thin and comfy (even the super absorbent ones). They are the one item I recommend to all first time moms to have in their hospital bag!

  • LBK
    Reply

    I was lectured by a nurse in postpartum with my first because I asked for additional shirts…we had run out in our room. She told me that I was only supposed to have three during my stay and very bad tempered about it stomped into the nurseey to get more. Wow! So this time I am personalizing all of my own pieces and taking a boatload of baby clothes. It was a public and humiliating experience I would not ever want anyone to have to go through.

    • Sadie Jane Sabin
      Reply

      That sounds like a horrible experience!! I hate when I hear about awful nurses like that because NO ONE should ever have to have an experience like that right after having a child!!! That is a huge reason why I decided to become a nurse! TO prove people wrong!:) I hope your next experience is better!! XOXO

    • Amber
      Reply

      That does stink! They were in the process of remodeling our hospital I was one of the very last in our OB unit 2weeks later it would be moved to a whole new floor and wing. The Hispanic lady who had a regular delivery in the next room couldn’t get a nurse to come nor could I at 3am so she came to my room with her baby we were both scared. I’d had a c section so wasn’t moving lol. I called the security line, they sent someone down in like 5min. We kept hearing a man right outside the window screaming loudly help me get me out if here continuously! There was a very large hole where construction machines were actually rather quiet throughout the day earlier. We thought someone fell in. It had started to storm I’m on morphine picturing this poor man stuck. Security had found the overnight nurse asleep down the hall in a private room watching CSI! Apparently 2 others were calling for her as well they were short handed to begin with. Turns out the man was above us in the newly located psych unit and was screaming due to being moved that day. Talk about freaked out!!!!

  • Lindsay McMahon
    Reply

    Thank you for this hospital post! I am due with my first baby on August 9 (but having a scheduled c section so it will be earlier). I’ve been starting to think about what to bring to the hospital and this helped a ton! Also Renew lotion is EXCELLENT! My husband and I have been using Melaleuca products for over 2 years now and we are now beginning to get more involved with the business aspect of it all. I look forward to using those products on my little guy. Thanks!!

  • Emilee Akey
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    I was totally planning on asking my nurses for extra things like mesh panties, pads, things for baby, etc. Is it true they’ll go back and charge that to you? Do they really have to keep track of all of that? I thought the nurse could just go in a closet and get you whatever you want (if you ask nicely!)

  • K Douma
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    Melaleuca is the greatest! I will never go back to store brand body products and lotions!

  • Amber
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    One thing my best friend told me to pack was toilet paper from home. The hospital stuff is stiff and scratchy, and you don’t want that anywhere near your lady business after delivering! Using my own soft tp made me feel so much better!!

    • Jennifer
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      If you have stitches, you wont be wiping ANYTHING for a while!!! LOL

  • Emelia Irmscher
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    I love your list..I had chips salsa and a frozen margarita in my post partum room….it tasted so good after 10 months of abstinence and my milk came in fine….not recommending this really as an NICU nurse….what I did find really helpful was to bring my own ice pack a small maleable one that I could place in the important areas comfortably …the nurse would give out a glove filled with ice ..I didn’t like that and after pushing out my 11lb plus child I needed ice and lots of it….this is the best time of your life.enjoy :-)

  • Emelia Irmscher
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    I love your list..I had chips salsa and a frozen margarita in my post partum room….it tasted so good after 10 months of abstinence and my milk came in fine….not recommending this really as an NICU nurse….what I did find really helpful was to bring my own ice pack a small maleable one that I could place in the important areas comfortably …the nurse would give out a glove filled with ice ..I didn’t like that and after pushing out my 11lb plus child I needed ice and lots of it….this is the best time of your life.enjoy :-)

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  • Ashley
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    Thank you, Sadie for taking the time to post this. I would definitely recommend you to bring your own pads! Especially if you aren’t used to wearing pads. My nurse actually got nasty with me because I kept asking for the heavier ones. Finally, I told her that I wasn’t used to wearing them and that she needed to chill because my insurance was paying for it anyhow! Don’t let them forget that even though they are doing a job, you still get to make decisions based on you! Also, I took a lavender scented plug in. The scent was relaxing and the nurses and the doctors all commented on how they liked it!

  • Madison
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    Thank you for the post! I have two kids and due to have twins this spring, so this was a great refresher on what to bring! Those mesh panties are AWESOME! You can buy a package of 5 on amazon for around $12. Much better than what the hospital will charge, for sure!

  • Jennifer
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    If you have other children who plan on visiting, make sure you have something there for them to play with, whether a book, movie, video game or favorite toy, cuz after about 2 minutes they’re over the “new baby” and will need something to keep them busy. I have always given my child/ren gifts at the hospital when they come meet their new sibling. It helps keep them from feeling left out and resenting him/her from diverting all the attention away from them.

  • Wayne
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    As a two time Dad, I think I can safely say take someone who can go get the things you forgot or decide suddenly that you want. Also, a best girlfriend. One of my wife’s best girlfriends was there the whole time for the first and she was a tremendous help.

  • Amber
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    I’ve worked just under a veterinarian for over 11 yrs. for those new moms who want to know how to intro their lil bundle to a canine family member take an extra receiving blanket. Wrap it around baby for a couple hrs I left it on our first for approx 2hrs then sent it home with my hubby. He gave the blanket to the dog. We came home 4 days later, dog accepted baby so much easier. This is actually what we tell clients who are expecting that come in for vet visits :)

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    that was really helpful. i havent had a baby yet but im due in june and it was wonderful to finally know everything i might need. i was expecting more things for the baby instead of myself but it turned out completely the opposite. thanks so much for the help!

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