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  1. Robyn says June 7, 2012

    Fantastic page……….What vital and great information…………A MUST read for all mothers-to-be before the BIG day!!!!!!!!

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  2. Kirby says June 7, 2012

    I just bought the Tom’s Reina Ballet Flats – LOVE them!!

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  3. Shannon says June 7, 2012

    Great site, Linds! I would add chapstick, an extra robe (you will live in your robes!), and notebook or somewhere to write down the names of visitors and gifts. Congrats again to you and Tyler. Can’t wait to hear the news of Baby K’s arrival!

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  4. Sarah says June 8, 2012

    Love the Hard Tail pants and cozy slippers!!

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  5. Mrs T says June 19, 2012

    Your nightgowns do look cozy, and your going home outfit chic, but I recommend buying a nursing gown and/or top and/or dress. When I was in hospital after birth, I really wanted to wear my own comfy, pretty clothes from home, but the hospital provided a nursing gown which provided an irresistable practicality.
    Next time, I plan to bring my own nursing outfits so I can combine, comfy, pretty AND practical.
    I just randomly found an example of a shop that keeps these for you: http://www.motherwear.com/prod.cfm/cid/15/sid/4444

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  6. Rebecca says June 27, 2013

    Thank you so much for posting this. It has been a great help in organizing my bag. Where is your duffle bag from?

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  7. Jo says October 8, 2013

    Cozy slippers are a good call, my feet are always freeeeezing in hospitals!

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  8. Anjelica says October 29, 2013

    They told me lolly pops or something like that to keep mouth wet. Also make sure you have chargers to alll electronics (friend forgot her phone charger and extra batterys) lotion and shower items. eye covers sometimes they would turn off the lights. little jewelery box for jewelery that you cant keep out the whole hospital stay.(nose rings and tounge ring.) HEADPHONES if you are bringing a laptop. sometimes you share a room with another mother and you might want to watch a movie in peace.

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