Monday, 10 July 2017

June Favourites

Summer is finally here! I literally can't believe how fast this year is going, I want it to slow down, just a little. So, now it's July and in May I brought a lot of products, just because I went through a frumpy mummy 'phase'. 

Here's what I was loving in June and still am...

Skincare
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LOreal Pure Clay Detox mask
Oh. My. Goodness! I have never loved a clay mask like this before. Seriously, the best thing I have treated my face to since college and back then I got to play around with alot of Dermalogica products. 

This Mask is enriched with black charcoal which acts like a magnet to draw out impurities. Which it totally did, the day after I first used it, I had a few spots come up and then go after a few days. The texture is so creamy and smooth, it just glides onto the face. 


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You don't need to use alot of product either. I can see a huge difference with my skin, it's alot brighter and smoother, my pores arn't huge anymore and my makeup sits alot better on my face. I would recommend you try it! 

Liz Earl Cleanse & Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser
Okay, I'm a little late on the boat for this one. I got gifted this by my parents after I gave birth back in April. So, I've had a good couple of months using this. And I have to say I love it. I was a little sckeptical at first, how can so many people love one product. I can see why now. My oily skin has calmed right down, usually round about now I would be extremely oily and I would be forever, blotting my face. Well, not any more! My skin feels and looks alot clearer and fresher.



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Liz Earl Instant Boost Skin Tonic
This goes hand in hand with the hot cloth cleanser. I use this daily and when I'm having no makeup days, it's nice to use during the day when I have a free miniute or two just to freshen up. Keeps the oil at bay. 

Netflix

GirlBoss
I had no idea that this book was being made into a series! I absolutely loved the book and equally I Loved the series. Britt Robertson has done an extremely good portrayel of Sophia Amoruso, from the book. It's how I imagined Sophia to be like. This defitenly kicks ass and is totally girl boss worthy. Though, I recoomened reading the book first.


The Vampire Diaries
 I forgot how good this was. Unfortunatly I stopped watching a couple of years ago and I forgot what season and episode I was at. Thank goodness it's all on Netflix.


Fashion
                                
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I have been loving this backpack I purchased from Primark. I needed a bag for my purse and little bits, instead of shoving it all in the changing bag and rummaging around for it for ages. I also wanted it to be pratical yet cute and stylish. I couldn't contain my excitment when I came across this rucksack. It feels and looks more than the £10 I paid for it. It's a mixture of faux leather and silk with beauitfully 'embroided' flowers. It has not one, but TWO front pockets which are handy for my phone and Zach's Creon and spoon holder. Inside you have your main bit and then a zipped pocket on one side and two smaller pockets on the other. You can also adjust the straps really easily. What more could you ask for? It's perfet for summer and it goes with any outfit I put on. Ive had so many compliments while out and about. So, well done Primark you made one Mumma happy. 

That's it for this month. Thank you for reading and I will catch up with you next time.

Love Jenni x

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Friday, 23 June 2017

Summer Bucket List

I have never done a bucket list. There I've said it. I don't know why I haven't done one before, but I keep seeing people write one and they look so interesting. I always thought it had to be things you wanted to do in your life time. Not necessarily, I've seen bucket lists on all topics from day to day, weeks, months, years and even seasons.

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So without further a do here is my Summer Bucket List...

Have An Epic BBQ

I have already started plans on this! It's on the 2nd July two days from my two - year wedding anniversary, so it's kind of like a mini party to bring everyone back together again. Especially now, that most of us now have babies.

I just need food ideas!

Get Fit

I just recently (10weeks ago) had a baby and I really want to get back in shape. Mainly so I can wear my summer clothes from last year and run around after my baby once he is walking and causing mischief. So far I have made it back to pre-pregnancy weight! Whoop whoop.


Strawberry Picking

This is an old favourite. I love Strawberries and picking and eating them is an experience and memory maker. I adored this activity during childhood. I haven't done this since and because I have been working all summer for the past 10 years, I never got the chance or time. Now that I'm on Maternity Leave, I will have the time to go! So excited.

Travel To Different Places

I love exploring and so going to places, especially towns and cities I've never been to, is definitely on my list. As I mentioned above, I now have the time for my little family to go and create memories.

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Become A Professional Blogger

I'm so excited to crack on with my blog. I have been blogging for over ten years, all on different platforms. I never knew you could make an income from it. Especially now I'm a new mum, I don't want to go back to work and pay the horrendously expensive childcare fees and gain nothing from it. Also my Son will need extra care as he has Cystic Fibrosis. I know it will take a lot longer to achieve than the summer. But if I start now then I will be a lot closer to ahieving my goal.

Go To The Beach

The last time I was on the beach was two years ago. In Portugal. For my honeymoon. I need to go back to the beach on a sunny and warm day with nice sand and a picnic with my family.

Now I Just need to plan these into my diary and tell my husband to book time off.

Love Jenni x

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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

I have something to tell you....

Hey guys, Today I want to share something with you all that is very close to my heart (No pun intended). This is a very different post to what I normally upload. 

As you may or may not know, May is Cystic Fibrosis awareness month and I have been raising as much awareness as I can about Cystic Fibrosis.

Why am I doing this?

I just want to make it clear that I have never met or know anyone with this illness before. It doesn't run in mine or my husbands family. I don't have CF and neither does my husband... but we are BOTH carriers. 

We both had no idea we are carriers. 

Not until our son Zach was born 9th April 2017 and even then he was diagnosed with CF at 24 days old on May 4th 2017.

It was a BIG shock for us when we were told by Great Ormond Street Hospital about Zachs illness. They received his bloods from the heel prick test given 5 days after birth.

I had no idea what CF was all about. All I knew was that it was a very bad illness from back in the day. However, medicine has moved on ALOT and so has research. So, my son has the very best chance of having a very long and active life.

Unfortunately this can happen to anyone and I just want to make people aware, as I wasn't. It also makes me feel like I'm helping making people aware that CF is not all doom and gloom. 

So...

What Is Cystic Fibrosis (CF)?
CF is a genetic condition affecting more than 10,800 people in the UK. You are born with cystic fibrosis and cannot catch it later in life, but one in 25 of us carries the faulty gene that causes it, usually without even knowing. 

The gene affected by CF controls the movement of salt and water in and out of cells. People with cystic fibrosis experience a build-up of thick sticky mucus in the lungs, digestive system and other organs, causing a wide ra
nge of challenging symptoms affecting the entire body












How do you inherit CF?
To have CF,  you need to have inherited two faulty copies of the gene (one from each parent), and as there are many different gene mutations that cause cystic fibrosis, each person with the condition can have very different symptoms depending on the two genes they carry. 

While people with CF often look healthy on the outside, each individual is battling their own range of symptoms on a daily basis.

How does CF affect the lungs?
The build-up of mucus in the lungs causes chronic infections, meaning that people with cystic fibrosis struggle with reduced lung function and have to spend hours doing physiotherapy and taking nebulised treatments each day. Exacerbations (a sudden worsening of health, often owing to infection) can lead to frequent hospitalisation for weeks at a time, interfering with work and home life. 

How Does CF Affect The Digestive System?
As the pancreas becomes blocked with mucus, enzymes required for digesting food cannot reach the stomach. People with cystic fibrosis often need to take more than 50 tablets a day to help digest food and keep respiratory 
symptoms in check. 

Cystic Fibrosis not only affect the lungs and digestive system but also other parts of the body. Some people with CF also struggle mentally with Anxiety, depression etc.

Currently there is no cure for Cystic Fibrosis. But research and medicine is advancing all the time, which in turn helps people with CF live normal lives and increases life expectancy. 

My life changed when Zach was born but now, my life means so much more. I get to love my son a whole lot more than normal, as well as supporting him and encouraging him to do better throughout his life. As well as caring for him when times are hard or bad.


Luckily for us we have a great CF team at Great Ormond Street Hospital to help us, help Zach and when he's old enough to take care of himself they will be there to help 
him.

If you would like to raise awareness of CF then please share this post. 

Or

If you would to support and donate so we can turn CF into Cure Found then you can do so by heading over to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation which I will link at the bottom of this post.



Thank you so much for reading. If anyone has any questions
 regarding CF then please don't hesitate to tweet, email or pop it in the comments below.


Text was taken from the Cystic Fibrosis website - http://cysticfibrosis.org.uk




Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - https://www.cff.org


Cystic Fibrosis Trust - https://www.cysticfibrosis.org.uk


Jenni x



     

                       



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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

My Labour Story

I often wondered throughout my pregnancy whether my baby would come early or late. A lot of people told me it will be late, as all first borns are. Well, I must be special as I was born 9 days early and I'm a first born. I hoped and prayed they would come on time or soon after the due date.
Well, my due date, 28th March came and went with no sign of baby whatsoever.

A week later, 4th April I had a midwife appointment, and she told me that if I don't go into labour by the end of the week, I was to be induced on Monday morning, 10th April. I felt disappointed in myself if it came to that, as I was really hoping for labour to start naturally. However, at the same time I want my baby to be safe. This only made me feel more determined to get this baby moving and I tried every 'old wives tale'  in the book.
Nothing happened, not even a twinge. So Friday came and I thought, oh well I will have to be induced then. Knowing my luck. My husband and I went out for a last 'just us' meal and discussed what's going to happen on Monday morning at the induction. For the rest of the evening I didn't think much of it and decided to just enjoy the last weekend as parents to be.

1:30am - Saturday 8th April
I woke up with slight twinges in my stomach. It didn't hurt but felt uncomfortable enough to not go back to sleep. I thought this must be it and headed on down to the lounge to bounce on my gym ball, I didn't want the contractions to fade away. An hour later my hubby Jon came down and sat with me, but eventually fell asleep on the couch.
I watched the sunrise as contractions became a little bit stronger.

8:00am
I was in the garden as it was already warm. I thought it must be me as I became sweaty inside the house, though it turned into the hottest weekend of the year. I breathed through each contraction, which came every fifteen to twenty minutes. I bet the neighbours thought I was crazy as I was kneeling over the wall of our raised flower bed doing my breathing techniques and bracing myself with each contraction.

11:30am
I stayed outside most of the morning and the contractions stayed the same. But I was wanting to know how far gone I was, So Jon rang the delivery ward and they said to pop in for an examination. By this point, when a contraction came it hurt to sit and lay down. The need to stand was adamant so I had to brace myself as Jon drove us the short distance to the hospital.

12:00pm
I didn't have to wait long before I got to see an on duty midwife. Which was great as it was 20 degrees outside and not much cooler inside. The midwife explained what she was going to do. Basically monitor babies heartbeat, check my pulse and then examine me to see how far dilated I was. Unfortunately I was only 2cm dilated. Luckily I got to go home as I requested to be at home as much as possible in my birth plan. The midwife told me to have hot baths as this will help with the pain and to go up and down the stairs sideways. At this point I wished it wasn't so damn hot. But the bath sounded soothing and as soon as I got home I got ran a bath and stayed there for two hours.

14:30pm
Contractions werestarting to become quite painful now and so intense that I could not bare to eat or drink. However, Jon managed to encouraged me to drink water. Right now, I was on all fours in the lounge and hugging my gym ball because it was so comfy and helped a tiny bit to ease the pain. I also found pushing against the wall in an almost standing push up helped as well.

19:00pm
At this point my two other pain relieving methods were starting not to work. The congratulations we're starting to become regular but not enough to warrant going into the hospital. I managed to sit on the edge of the

sofa, ready to jump up and brace myself against the wall when a contraction came. It was now that I felt a massive pop and the feeling of pressure being released. My plug had finally come away, which was good as it indicated things were starting to move along.

19:15pm
I headed up for another bath and Jon helped pour hot water over my bump as I felt it eased the pain. My contractions were so painful I was now groaning. I stayed in the bath until 1:00am Jon rang the hospital again as I was in absolute agony and they could hear how much pain I was in from the phone.

1:30am - Sunday 9th April
Exactly 12 hours since my last examination. I w
as once again strapped up to a heart rate machine, checking babies heartbeat and my contractions. I was examined and was only 1cm dilated. I felt a little disappointed considering how much

pain I was in, I thought I would be further along. So the midwife sent us home after I took some pain relief. I was told to try and rest and to come back at 6:30am if pain continues and nothing has happened.
Believe it or not I actually got a few hours sleep.

5:30am
I shot out of bed as a huge contractions woke me up. I never felt pain like it, I couldn't lay down or sit. So I paced around my unborn babies nursery and the bathroom. It wasn't long before I was crying like a child from the pain and so loudly that I woke Jon who rang the hospital and they told us to come in. By this time it was 6:15am I was glad.

6:30am
I cried the 3 miles to hospital. I was hoping I got to stay in and have stronger pain relief and not get sent home with some codine. As soon as I got to hospital I was examined and finally I reached 5cm dilated. I was a bit down hearted by this but I was also happy as now I was allowed to stay and head into our labour suite.

7:30am

I asked for a birth pool before I came in and luckily there was one free. Though I didn't get into it until 9am. I was greeted by a midwife who will be looking after me and the baby. Her name is Sonia and she was the nicest person I had ever met and She made me feel comfortable.

9:00am
 Sonia started running the birthing pool, making sure it was warm and she hooked me up to gas and air as soon as I entered the pool. I was so happy and suddenly felt normal as the pain relief kicked in. Sonia checked babies heartbeat who was still happy in there.

10:45am
I was in the pool for a fair while until my waters suddenly broke, it was such a strange sensation like a huge bubble bursting down there.
Unfortunately my waters had meconium in the water (baby poop) and I had to get out and my wish of having a water birth came to an abrupt end. I didn't mind, all I wanted was a safe labour for myself and baby. Sonia made me comfy in bed and I was hooked up to a heartbeat monitor and gas and air.
I was also really dehydrated from not drinking or eating properly since Friday night and the gas and air wasn't helping so I had to be put on a drip and have fluids pumped into me.

12:00pm
Nothing much was really happening at this point, apart from becoming really relaxed from the gas and air. I was examined again for any signs of progress. I was 6cm dilated. Sonia wasn't pleased by the amount of time which had passed and I only dilated 1cm so she explained what was to happen now. Basically, I had to have a oxytocin put in drip which helps speeds up dilation and softens the cervix. The only draw back was the contractions will be stronger and wow, she wasn't wrong.

13:20pm
The pain was immense! So much so, I felt like the gas and air weren't doing much. Jon couldn't bare seeing me in so much pain and ran the idea of maybe having an epidural. I totally forgot about this option. Jon was really encouraging and told me I was still a good mum even if I did have it and to not feel guilty. Which I didn't and as soon as he stopped talking, I agreed and told the midwife who said it was a good idea and in less than half an hour I was given an epidural. No regrets here.


The pain dulled immediately for a while and I was able to rest and recuperate. The midwife said I will be examined again at three thirty to see if the hormone IV was working and she will be back as it was her lunch time.

14:30pm
The pain had eased right down but was now replaced by an uncomfortable pressure in my bum. So much pressure that I told another midwife who was looking after me that I needed the loo. She said I didn't because it was the
baby who was creating the pressure down there. This was a good thing as it showed the baby making a move.

16:00pm
I was finally examined for the last time unbeknown to me. But it wasn't great. I was now only 7cm dilated. The hormone IV wasn't doing much to help me dilate quicker. My midwife was also concerned for the baby as she thought she could feel swelling of it's head so she went to get another midwifes opinion.

16:15pm
I had a few midwives in my room by this point who suggested a possible c section. The surgeon in
charge came in then, I had met her the day before. She examined me again and said it would be safer for the baby if we had a c section as it was getting stressed because they were stuck in my pelvis because it's small. By this point I just wanted my baby out and I really didn't care how it came out. I agreed and I signed a consent form and in minutes I was being wheeled into theatre.

16:30pm
I was pretty much on the operating table ready and waiting. The anesthetiser made sure I could feel nothing from the waist down and once he was happy I couldn't feel a thing then the operation went ahead. I remember feeling nervous that I was soon to meet my baby and thinking, wow apart from the anesthetiser everyone was female. Which was great. Anyway, I couldn't feel a thing not even tugging. However, they were really rough as the baby had also gotten their shoulder stuck in my pelvis as well.

16:58pm
I heard our baby cry and I immediately relaxed. Jon quickly asked if I had any idea of the gender before we were told. I quickly said boy just as they showed the baby to Jon.
I was right, Jon told me before he went to cut the umbilical cord. At this moment I felt a ton of emotion run through me all at once. I felt relieved he was here and safe. I could hear him crying as they cleaned and weighed him. I couldn't wait to hold him.

                                 

Zachary was born on the 9th April and weighed 9Ibs 4oz I couldn't believe he was here and I still can't. It wasn't the perfect labour to go with the textbook pregnancy. But I think I would do it again, now that I've forgotten the pain.


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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing Gel Wash - Review

Hey guys, this month I haven't got a monthly faves post for you as I haven't really brought much. However, I do have a review! 

I purchased Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing Gel after seeing a ton ads for it on Youtube. 

I love Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing Water and have used nothing else to remove my makeup with for almost two years! It easily and quickly removes my makeup, even waterproof mascara instantly. So, upon finding out they were releasing a cleansing gel, I immediately ran (well, almost) to boots who had it on offer at £2.66 (rrp £3.99) Bargain!!






The packaging is similar to the micellar water bottle but not as wide in depth. The design is simple and clear and can easily be stored away in a cupboard or draw without taking up too much room.

The 'How to use' instructions on the back are easy to follow. I decided to use two pumps of the gel to determine how much product I would need to use to take my makeup off with. The gels consistency is perfect, not thick and not thin and foams up super quick. I applied to a wet face and began to massage in gentle circular motions around my face before going ahead and putting it on my eyes. I used a waterproof mascara to see how easily the micellar gel can get rid of it.

I know this may sound mad. But, whilst using the product I felt my skin being deeply cleansed. It felt refreshing and more so than using the micellar water. Once I was satisfied that the makeup had been lifted, I went ahead and rinsed my face. 

I was expecting to cleanse once more. However, when drying my face with a white towel no makeup transferred. I looked in the mirror and the makeup had gone! No panda eyes in sight, no smudges or residue. Plus, my skin felt soft and looked refreshed. 

I have been using the micellar gel for a month now and I have literally cracked open a new bottle today. I am so impressed with this product. My face hasn't dried out or looked dull. You only need one or two pumps of product to remove the makeup. Which helps my purse strings. I haven't looked back since using this product and I would highly recommend you try it, if you haven't already. I wouldn't be without it.

Thanks for reading. Have you tried the cleansing gel wash?

Love Jenni x 

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Monday, 3 April 2017

What's In My Hospital Bag

As promised, I have written a What's In My Hospital Bag. Now, unlike my newborns bag I found packing my bag real tough. I spent ages asking friends, reading blogs and watching Youtube videos on what to take to the hospital.



Eventually, I managed and had to stop myself from packing everything a few times, before feeling happy about what I'm taking. The bag I used is not that glam or girly, but it works for me. Low and behold my husbands Nike gym bag ( I cleaned it before packing). It's the perfect size, with lots of compartments for easy use.

What's in the bag?

Clothes

1 Nightie - If I can't have a pool birth, then I will wear this to give birth in.

2 Sets of PJ's - These are for after birth. I prefer PJ's to nighties to sleep and relax in.

Dressing Gown - I love wearing my dressing gown, it's almost like my comforter. I needed a new one anyway so I brought a thin robe not that long ago. Since, the hospital might be warm. It'll also be easier to breastfeed in and perfect for spring/summer wear. 

Socks - My feet get cold easily

Slippers - I love wearing slippers around my house, the hospital is no exception. Plus if I want to go for a walk around or just going to the toilet I can wear something to easily slip on.



Flip Flops - For showering in, I hate my bare feet touching the floor of a shared bathroom. I know they clean every so often, but It still grosses me out.  I wear these when I go swimming for afterwards. 

Tankini Top - I plan on having a pool birth. I would feel more comfy wearing a tankini, but each to their own. You can go in naked if you like. 

2 Nursing Bras - For after birth, they are really comfy.

Going Home Outfit - I chose jeggings and a stretchy nursing top with a cardigan and some slip on shoes for ease and comfort. 

Joggers - To relax in and I might wear these home instead of the jeggings. 




Black Knickers - Do I need to explain? Black or dark colours because you bleed alot afterwards.

Disposable Knickers - For after birth.

Toiletries

Maternity Pads - For after birth.

Paracetamol - For after pains and so I'm not waiting ages for the medication round.

Lip Balm - I want to use the gas and air for pain relief during birth, this can dry your lips out.

Hair Ties - So I have the option to tie my long hair up.

Toothpaste and Brush - Because it's a given

Breast Pads - Because of leaky boobs.

Deodrant - I chose a unscented one so baby doesn't get sick of smelling florals when breastfeeding. 

I picked up travel size toiletries so they don't take up much room in the bag. 

Body wash - I would like to shower after birth. 

Shampoo and Conditioner - I have the option to wash my hair. 

Cleanser - To keep my face clean and refreshed. Also depending on time of day I give birth I may still have makeup on. I use Garnier's Michchelle water.

Moistuiser - Depending on the hospital my skin can go dry quickly.

Flannel - To wash with.

Nappy Bags - For dirty nappies, dirty baby clothes and wet clothes. 

Cotten Wool - For the Cleanser. 

Makeup - I'm only taking a few products just to make me feel better afterwards. I'm taking Concealer, Foundation, Powder, blusher, eyebrow powder and mascara. 

Hairbrush - I've packed my tangle teezer to save room. 

Other

Dextrose Energy Tablets - If I need an energy boost between contractions and pushing. 

Sweeties - For me to snack on during labor 

Snacks - Mainly to keep my husband fed. 

Pillow - Because hospital pillows are awful. 

Contraction App - To keep track of my contractions.




And that is all I'm taking. Again I hope this has helped some of you decide what to pack. If anyone has any other suggestions or items to take then just pop them in the comment below. 

Thank you so much for reading. See you again soon!

Love Jenni x 










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Thursday, 30 March 2017

What's In My Newborns Hospital Bag

Hey guys, welcome back to my blog. Today I wanted to share with you all the things I have packed for my newborns hospital bag.

I've had my bags packed for almost eight weeks! I'm so excited that I couldn't wait. Also, babies sometimes, can just suddenly decide to come without any notice. I'm actually two days overdue as I type this out, and I thought this sort of post may help someone who doesn't know what to pack. I can tell you



What's In My Newborns Hospital Bag

I didn't have to look far for a hospital bag. My husband brought me a Cath Kidston weekend away bag a couple of years ago and I've hardly used it. It's perfect. Not too big and not tiny either. I also think, it's gender neutral, since I'm having a surprise. 




What's in the bag?

4 sleepsuits - All in ones so it's easy to put on and change. Also, one of them will be its going home outfit.

4 vests - I've added these just incase of any major 'accidents' also I don't know how warm the hospital will be.

1 Cardigan - I absolutley adore this Winnie The Pooh cardigan. This is part of the going home outfit. 

2 Muslin sheets - I intend to exclusively breastfeed and these would be perfect for a cover up, or to wipe away any vomit or spillages. 



2 baby hats - One to wear in hospital and one to leave in

1 Cellular Blanket - this is perfect for regulating baby's temperature. Plus the hospital blankets aren't as soft as this one. 

1 swaddle blanket - Baby will be swaddled in this once born to keep them feeling safe and content. 

1 snuggle blanket - This blanket is tiny and is more of a comforting blanket. I brought this to announce my pregnancy to my husband, so it's special. 

1 Soother - I hope I don't have to use these. But, I brought one just incase. Helps to calm and soothe baby

20 Nappies - I have no idea how long I will be in hospital for. But I do know that I will be there for at least 1 night.

Barrier Cream - Just in case.

Carseat - which is installed and ready to go!



I really had to hold myself back from adding a ton of other things. I plan to be in hospital for a maximum of one night. But who knows? Also, I literally live five minutes away. So, if I do need more things for baby then I can send my husband home for it. 

I hope this has helped anyone who is stuck on what to pack for their newborns hospital bag. I will be doing a post  for what's in my hospital bag, I hope to get that up in a couple of days.

Thanks so much for reading. See you soon

Love Jenni x 
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