If you’re in your third trimester and planning for labor, you might be wondering what to pack in your hospital bag. As you get closer and closer to your due date, think about having a bag packed and ready. Then, you can just grab and go once labor starts.
Today, we’re giving you hospital bag packing list inspo from Lauren Conrad. PLUS, learn how Lifetime can help you out with some of the needed essentials for your labor bag!
Lauren Conrad, former reality TV show star of The Hills and Laguna Beach, just gave birth to a baby boy a few months ago. Take a peek at Lauren’s hospital bag packing list. It’s a great mix of everything you’ll need to be comfortable, without being too over-the-top! You can check out Lauren’s personal packing list over at her blog.
One of the ways that Lifetime helps women facing an unplanned pregnancy is by providing packed hospital bags, which we call “labor bags.” Each one of our labor bags arrives packed with necessities like shampoo, conditioner, socks, pads, deodorant, mouth wash, chapstick, and washcloths.
If this is your first pregnancy, being well-prepared can help ease your nerves. A great place to start prepping is by creating your hospital bag packing list. “During my hospital stay, I had everything I needed to be comfortable, but it also didn’t feel excessive (after all, you’re usually only in the hospital for 1-4 days),” says Lauren.
In modern open adoption, you have tons of choices, such as how things go at the hospital. By this, we mean who’s allowed to be at the hospital with you when you deliver, and how much you’d like the adoptive parents you chose to be a part of the birth. If you’d like to learn more about your hospital choices, check out Your Adoption Hospital Experience: the Choices Are Yours.
Heidi Keefer is a Content Creator for Lifetime Adoption and has 15 years of experience in the field of adoption. An author of thousands of blog posts over the years, Heidi enjoys finding new ways to educate and captivate Lifetime’s ever-growing list of subscribers.
Heidi has a keen eye for misplaced apostrophes, comma splices, and well-turned sentences, which she has put to good use as a contributor to Lifetime’s award-winning blogs. She has written and published hundreds of adoption articles which explore the various facets of domestic infant adoption today.