I way overpacked with DD. I will likely just stay in the hospital gown, it was easy to nurse in, but I'll bring a robe and slippers for walking around. I have the fuzzy socks for bed because my feet always get cold. I'm bringing one nursing bra and some bra pads (which I probably won't need yet, probably won't be leaking milk while I'm there), 2 pairs of old undies and my own sanitary pads. I have a some comfy sweat pants and a sweatshirt for coming home in. For baby I have a long sleeve snap shirt and a pair of pants (no onesies yet because of the belly button) I have a thick blanket in the car seat for coming home.
Then I just have a small bag with shampoo, toothpaste, my toothbrush and a hairbrush. I'm throwing a couple hair bands in too for labor.
Then just my camera and charger.
I can totally relate, I had a cold through the first half of my ninth month and I remember not being able to sleep at night and going to the doctor "Okay how do we get this baby out? I need to take some cold medicine, and I need to sleep." And they laughed because they thought I was joking. Oh well, it's over before you know it....<3 Hoping you feel better soon.
Aw! At least your back doesn't hurt!!! Oh, wait, it probably does...Well, okay, then at least your feet don't hurt!! Wait, those probably do too...okay..at least your left pinky finger doesn't hurt!! Man that last month is sure uncomfortable even when you're not sick...feel better soon!
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