It lets you search for things like nappies and wipes, by brand or size and it will tell you how much these items are in a wide range of stores, ensuring you can quickly find the cheapest options, saving you money month on month.
We know only too well, how hard it can be knowing what on earth to pack in those hospital bags, so we’ve been out and about talking to lots of mummies and daddies to create you a list of lots of super recommendations.
Remember: Don’t leave it until the last minute to pack your bag, you could be taken in at any point and the last thing you want is to be rushing around trying to find things when you’re just about to give birth.
“Pack a ‘back up’ or extended stay bag. I must of had a sixth sense but I packed a second bag of extra clothes etc for me and baby and left it at home (in a really obvious place). It meant my then partner could just grab the bag on day three when I was running out of things and bring it into the hospital for me. (I was in 5 days in the end.)
It meant I didn’t have to try and explain what I needed, where it was in the house, what I meant by ‘the blue comfy pj bottoms’ and the ‘long sleeved baby vests’ etc etc.”
LG, Local Mumbler
If you think there’s anything missing from this list that you found helpful in your hospital bag, please do tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll ensure it’s added to the list.
With special thanks to our sister site, Gateshead Mumbler, for these super ideas.
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