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New Mommy Need Help Packing Hospital Bag

I'm A New Mom, And I Need Help Packing Baby's Bag AND My Bag.... I've Been Alone Since Day 1 So I Don't Really Know What To Pack And I Feel Dumb For Askinq...
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If its a normal delivery and no complications they usually release in 24 hours.
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Thanks Girlies !
How Lonq Do You Usually Stay In Hospital ?
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Nipple cream if breastfeeding, baby nappies as sometimes hospital ask you to bring your own, dummy for baby
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That list is wonderful, dont forget lipbalm, toothbrush, toothpaste
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And yeah your own toiletries
Some snacks later on before going to the hospital.  U may have a long labor and you'd get hungry.
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Hey there. I've started packing mine.
So far here they are

My bag:

Going home clothes
Slippers
Adult diapers
Maternity pads
Nursing bras
Nursing pads
Loose clothes
Cardigans

Baby's bag
Onesies
Baby pants
Mittens
Socks
Booties
Receiving blankets
Nb diapers
Nail clippers (hospitals don't provide and baby might scratch her face or eyes)

Pls don't be embarrassed about asking. :)
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Brush, your own towel if you don't want to use the hospital one. I also packed some pads since I'm not sure if I'm gng to like the hospital ones.
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Don't feel dumb. I been alone my self and I'm also a ftm ,just have my moms support. Just take a gng home outfit for you or a couple of them , some granny tight underwear, your own shampoo,conditioner, c
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