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Brie and Baby Three: 38 week hospital bag checklist

Brie and Baby Three: 38 Weeks
Posted at 6:54 AM, May 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-03 08:54:24-04

What a relief to get to week 38. Being someone that has experienced infertility, loss and high risk pregnancy this is an important week.

Our little "Brick" is right around 7 pounds and 20 inches long. He or she is about the size of a bowling pin and just about ready to meet us on the outside!

Brie and Baby Three: 38 weeks Hospital Bag Checklist

The best news is that the vast majority of the organs are mature and fully functioning. Brick is continuing to add fat and fine-tune his/her brain and nervous system.

I'm hoping to keep this little one cooking for another week or so, but I can definitely tell my body is preparing for his or her entrance. I am having increased contractions, aching, nausea is back, my body is changing.

Brie and Baby Three: 38 weeks

Our neighbor, old nanny (who is now family to us) and my sister are all on standby in case I go into labor unexpectedly. How blessed are we to have such wonderful people in our lives? And I say labor unexpectedly because normally I am induced shortly before my due date. This has to do with other health issues and so on.

Brie and Baby Three: 38 weeks

Either way becuase we are now in the waiting period and I have had signs of early labor I am packing my hospital bag just in case.

Brie and Baby Three: Checklist

Diapers, wipes, pads, mesh undies (aka the best things ever, haha) Your hospital will supply it all, so don’t worry about bringing that stuff.

Brie and Baby Three: 38 Weeks

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