Mar 25, 2015

 Are you making your list of everything you need to pack for your birthing experience at the hospital? Look no further! We have what you need for a more comfortable hospital stay.

1. A Great Bag

Get ready for your big day and pack your perfect labor bag! Great baby shower gift! Natural canvas. These bags are pretty spacious and measure 22" across x 14.5" tall.   Also available in black canvas. $19.99 Find it Here

2. Nursing Bra

During pregnancy and when nursing comfort is key the BDA Bra comes to the rescue.  No clasps, snaps or buttons just a simple slide over design for easy nursing access and anytime wear.  This lightweight, wireless and supportive bra is expertly designed to grow and shrink with your changing body! Perfect for maternity, birth & breastfeeding. $36.95 Find it Here

3. Labor and Delivery Gown

The time has finally arrived for you to deliver! Here is the perfect alternative to that oh so many used tatty old hospital gown. Gownies offer you the modesty you will crave with snaps down the back to cover from top to bottom along with off shoulder snaps on both. $29.99 Find it Here

 4. Kangaroo Care

A must for the birth of your baby!   The skin-to-skin contact (kangaroo care) immediately after birth helps stabilize the temperature of newborn and promotes the initiation of breastfeeding. Wear it when you lay by 45 degrees in bed or sitting in a chair. The Kangaroo tube with halter strap. $39.00 Find it Here

5. A Comfortable Robe

 

This fashionable robe is part of our fabulous mix and match collection, with a relaxed and contemporary style which is ideal to pair with the Alice nursing nightgown, pink baby layette or a Alice labor & delivery gown with matching pillowcase. A fun print adds a gorgeous, sweet touch too. $39.99 Find it Here

6. No-Slip Push Socks

Ready.Set.Push! These super cute non-skid non-slip labor sock will keep your feet warm and cozy during your labor.  Machine washable, delicate cycle with like colors do not tumble dry do not bleach. $9.99 Find it Here

7. New Mama Bottom Spray

We know, we know, there's a lot of talk about bottoms. That's because when your bottom is sore it's hard to feel tops. Best-selling New Mama Bottom Spray is a cooling, soothing perineal mist that helps ease discomfort of postpartum vaginal soreness and swelling, episiotomies and hemorrhoids. Don't just rely on the Hospital issue spray. This really is worth the $14.95. Find it Here

8. Postpartum Panties

The days following childbirth can be less than comfortable.  Don't just settle for the mesh hospital-issue underpants. Anyone who has experienced it will tell you that there is no place for pretty panties in the postpartum room.  These ultra-soft cotton jersey undies are stretchy and roomy without any elastic.  There is even a pouch for those heavenly ice pack pads! $32.00 Find them Here

 9. The Belly Bandit

The one-of-a-kind Original Belly Bandit® was created especially for a woman’s post pregnant body. This basic uncovered version is the ORIGINAL style that started the craze! We have created a customized medical grade garment specifically for the post pregnant women. Our ultimate Bandita belly binding elastic is 100% latex free. You can wear it right after you give birth but make sure you talk to your doctor especially if you have a C-Section. $49.95 Find it Here

10. The NuzzleHug

The NuzzleHUG can be used to help soothe a variety of issues throughout a mother’s nursing experience; from engorgement (cool therapy) to clogged milk ducts or encouraging milk flow (warm therapy), to aiding mastitis discomfort (warm and cool therapy), and all the way through weaning. $58.99 Find it Here

Bonus: The Birth Box | Everything for Bringing Baby Home

The Birth Box includes a one size kangaroo cami wrap for practicing skin-to-skin, a labor & delivery gown, a beautiful robe for mom, cozy socks for mom, receiving gown & hat for baby, and a bag to carry all of it! The best part, these items are wrapped in a bag designed to to be used as a laundry bag. $199.99 It makes a great Shower gift. Find it Here

 

Bonnie Jean Feldkamp is a writer and mother of two. If you liked this posting please follow her on Twitter @writerbonnie or like her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WriterBonnie

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