So being a first time mother (FTM) and being in a nuclear setup, I’ve turned to google to come up with the most comprehensive list of the things that will be required to take to the hospital for the first few hours of labour and the stay thereon.
So after much constraint (who can stop themselves from buying the cutest of tiny magical stuff) and deliberation, I came up with a list of things which aren’t exactly on the list of essentials for your little one, but you might want to buy it for your little bundle of joy.
These are things which are useful but aren’t absolutely vital for new parents. You may or may not want to add these to your shopping list if you’re on a tight budget.
As parents, first, second or more, we want to give our child the world, but all that we buy may or not be as useful to you as they seem when you’re buying them.
I’ve put together a list of super-essentials, the very useful, and the nice ones to have. Continue reading
With your pregnancy, will come a LOT of crazy dreams!
Though I’ve been amongst the luckier few whose had a decent share of sleep in their pregnancy but wild dreams nonetheless.
This will subside once the hormones start normalising post delivery.
So far, just enjoying my baby kicking!
So I’m 29 weeks pregnant and decided to change my Ob/Gyn now because I made the mistake of being a bit short sighted with the choosing.
I realised that the following were really important points that should have been considered when I was looking at finalising my doctor since I was entrusting someone with the lives of my baby and mine.