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    Preparing Baby’s Nursery

    Designing a Baby’s Nursery:

    Hey mothers to be: Are you having a hard time decorating your newborns room? Well, decorating a nursery doesn’t have to be costly, difficult or picture perfect. While there are many decisions to make, they’re all very manageable and simple. This is a time when you’re about to welcome a new and a wonderful life into the house. And it is important to think that creating a nursery is a fun and creative process that is totally yours to control rather than imposing any difficult expectations on yourself. Before you hit the stores or even began painting; pick a theme for the nursery. Babies take up only very little space, so there’s no point of doing a lot of decorating. Therefore don’t be overwhelmed on making decisions such as what to buy. Here are a few items you’ll need for your baby’s nursery.

    Baby Furniture:

    • Crib
    • Dresser
    • Changing Table
    • Rocking Chair
    • Baby Room Lamp
    • Laundry Basket
    • Baby Art Pieces if you like

    Diaper Changing Supplies:

    • Diaper Bucket
    • Goode sealed trash can
    • Diapers
    • Baby Wipes
    • Cotton Balls
    • Diaper Rash Ointment

    Monitoring System:

    • Video
    • Audio

    Other decor:

    • Banners and garlands are such a cute and inexpensive way to add a little something extra to a room!
    • Hanging mobiles are a great way to entertain the baby. Especially if you have a budget to buy a musical mobile, you would not regret it.

    What to Pack for the Hospital Delivery Room

    Packing for the hospital/delivery room, what essentials to pack.

    Hey moms to be don’t wait until you’re in labor to pack for the hospital. It can be difficult to know what to pack for your baby’s birth, especially if you’re becoming a mom for the first time. Before your due date pull together some things to take with you to the delivery room. The best thing to do is make a list of what you need to bring, then when the big moment arrives double check your list to make sure you have everything you need. Also your partner might also want to pack a bag as well like a change of clothes and personal items. Here is a list of items to pack for the hospital.

    For Mom:

    Your insurance card and your ID

    Your cell phone and charger

    Bathrobe, socks and slippers

    Change of clothes, including a going home outfit. Make sure clothes are loose-fitting and comfortable.

    Nursing bra, nursing pads and maternity underwear

    Toiletries, such as toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, contact lens solution, lip balm, hair brush and clips or bands.

    Something to read or keep you entertained

    Your camera, including batteries and charger. Snacks for your partner, and for you after you have had your baby.

    Phone numbers of friends and family members

    For Baby:

    Rear facing car seat

    Rompers, sleep suits, onesies, and hat

    Receiving blanket

    A pair of socks or booties

    Diaper bag, diapers and wipes

    Diapers and wipes, some hospitals provide these