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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Hospital bags packed!


At my last midwife appointment they encouraged me to start getting my hospital bags packed. This was something I had not even thought about yet as D-Day still seemed so far away! I didn't know where to start really either! After a lot of googling and then deciding to make my own list of stuff, I started putting some bits and pieces together and then hit the shops to tops me up with the essentials I didn't have. Up until now I haven't even brought any nappies or other essentials like that! The sewing room has been dismantled ready to become the nursery but it's still just a dumping ground so all the baby bits we have got aren't exactly organised so that's why everything else is so disorganised. 

When I went shopping with mum last week we went into Cath Kidston for a mooch and I fell in love with their peter pan bags, so mum brought one for me for the babies bag. Its a fold away one which comes with a tote to store it in but then the tote poppers to the inside to make a pocket, really good! As we often travel at the weekends we do have weekend bags so I didn't need a second one for me but I liked it so much, I made Scott buy me another bag in the sale so my hospital bags coordinate! 

Scott's got next week off work to try and get as much decorating done as possible so hopefully there will be some nursery updates to come!

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