WIBBI posted what’s in my hospital bag, but now you get to find out what’s in baby’s bag. Honestly, I was pretty conservative, not wanting to overpack since the hospital provides majority of what you need for baby. Nevertheless, I thought I’d share anyways, because well…its exciting! I made sure to wash everything a few weeks ago with All Baby. I refused to buy Dreft, because that stuff is super expensive, even though they just sent me a $2 off coupon in the mail.  All Baby detergent had great reviews and I’m very familiar with the brand since I used to used it years ago. I even washed my breast pads in with baby’s things, because I figured if I’ll be breastfeeding and baby will be so close to that area that I’d be safest to wash those with the baby detergent. Most of what I packed is for baby to come home in, because like I said there’s not much I’ll need for baby while we’re in the hospital.

The rundown:

Outfit (2)
Swaddling blankets
Receiving blankets
Burping clothes
Nursing cover
Hand Sanitizer
Nail clippers

Happy bumping!


Tenns Reid

I'm Tenns, the blogger, graphic designer, and business + content creation strategists behind Bliss & Faith. This is my little corner of the web that I've dedicated to helping fellow bloggers and creatives reach their goals. I'm so glad you dropped by and hope that you that you find valuable resources here to help you achieve your dreams!

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  1. […] I am lucky enough to swap with the lovely Tenns from New Mama Diaries. Tenns is a Soon-To-Be Mother, Wife, Marine, Blogger and Etsy Shop Owner where she creates some really amazing and detailed jewelry.  Whew! She’s already on her way to being my Hero handling all of that. When you visit her Blog you instantly feel a sense of that down home country welcome. Guess what? There’s good reason for that because Tenn’s is originally from Augusta, GA… her Southern Hospitality comes naturally.  Be sure to check out her two most recent Vlogs… “What’s In My Labor & Delivery Hospital Bag” and “What’s In Baby’s Bag” […]

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