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Joy in the massages definitely assisted in the early stage. And I would add: pain killers (paracetamol), since the clinic I was in seemed to last longer than 4hrs, plums or plum juices, since trying to "push" was just torture and the clinic finally gave me something about 24hrs later.
I had a baby that was surprisingly big at 10 pounds 9oz and didn't match the neonatal outfit! I' d definitely go 0-3 since they go well and if you're not used to donning a baby, it's simpler to use clothing with more space in them. I will buy a low priced bathrobe especially for my ambulance pocket, because mine had water on it during the contractions!
There was a backpack with work things, another for the afterbirth and a small jacket with baby clothing, diapers, moist towels etc.! However, this is only because we had very firm conceptions about what I wanted to use during the delivery. When the baby was 4 years old, we also went out because we only purchased 0-3 and she was smaller than anticipated, so we didn't have any clothing that matched her!
It was also great that pictures in the clinic with my little girl Lottie don't all show that I look a little washed-out. If I hadn't been beaten a little, my pictures of the hospitals would have been a lot bigger! One little tip - I always kept my clinic records in the back of the vehicle during my gestation, so I always had them at meetings and we didn't have to remind ourselves to find them at childbirth.
Even things like flip-flops for the showers - would you really think about it after many long periods of labor? I' d take default flip-flops, because although I never had puffy legs during my gestation, they went up like hot -air bladders after birth, so I had to carry them on my way home.
When I was 35 weeks old I was admitted and then I was in hospitals for 9 days, so the baby equipment (vest and gro) was helping my man when he wasn't juggling sleeping, and I was working in hospitals to introduce the right things for the baby. Must have been through about seven bottle of Évian, though my work lasted only an hours and a half; I ended up having both my own and Ste's supply of beverages!
Obviously I hadn't expected I'd be so thirsty, so it' s something I'm going to take into account for baby number 2 when it comes out. The next I will take a quilt, which I can put around my shoulder or tear off if necessary. I' d put in tissues. Definitely I had to clean my head after work, but if I had to be much longer, I would have just used dried dog potion to refresh myself to avoid trouble.
It' been the most unbelievable thing in labor. This is great during labor, but also in case you get trapped alone in a bed and feed a baby without interruption. When your water has burst / could rupture. They took me through contractions without needing a drop they were threatening me with, because we didn't enter fantasies that really eat and with God you need the power!
The best tip I received was to store as many medical records as possible - much better than anything you can buy. Since mine will be a Christmas baby, I will be taken a can of goodness line for the midwives - they like to get candy, and I'm not embarrassed to think it means they're a little more beautiful with a sweet frenzy!
Loved this contribution! Even though we have forgotten to take a sheet, so on all our first photos of our little girl, is she wound in a hand cloth, on which "property of the hospital" is imprinted? Does it pay to update and revise this article? That'?d be a great contribution.