Delivery list at Lagos General Hospital. Are you prepared for your big day? Do you know your delivery list? There is the possibility that your baby may arrive sooner than expected or later than expected. A smart time to start putting together your baby's hospital bag is during the eighth week of your pregnancy.
You should begin preparing for your arrival one month before your due date. Most Nigerian hospitals provide a list of items to bring to the hospital for delivery. If you're going to the hospital, here are some things to include in your bag. It's to make sure that everything is in order and ready to go before the big day.
This delivery list will assist you in obtaining all the stuff you’ll need for yourself and your new baby. Make a list of what you'll need and keep it all in one place in your luggage. Pack everything and have it near the door or in the car so you're ready to go the moment the time comes.
Delivery list for the newborn baby
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- Cotton wool and spirit
- Foam or sponge for bathing
- Soap for bathing
- Baby shampoo, baby soap, and baby comb
- 6 bodysuits with long sleeves
- Six vests
- Olive Oil
- Bed nets that may be rolled up and stored away when not in use (those with zipping)
- Two cardi-style sweaters
- 2 squishy baby rags
- A single little sponge
- 2-piece shawl set
- Vaseline in a blue bottle
- The perfect suit for a farewell trip home.
- Shea butter or nappy cream
- Two hats
- diapers and wipes for babies
- Disposable Gloves for Health Care Workers
Delivery List for moms-to-be:
- Mother-to-underwear (for the trip home)
- Massage oil is included in the labor kit.
- Brushes, toothpaste, and floss
- bra for breastfeeding
- Clothes for the return trip
- Homemade pillows and pillowcases
- Prescription drugs can be purchased at home.
- Breath strips or mints can be used.
- S'mores (for a dry mouth)
- Cosmetics for the lips
- Lotion for the skin
- A set of coronavirus-resistant facemasks that keeps pace with the times
- Light at night (for soft light in the room during night feedings)
- You'll need a large envelope or office file to bring home all of your paperwork (discharge papers, your baby's first photo, birth certificate, etc.)
- For the sake of convenience, keep a phone and charger close to hand.
- Make sure you have a little extra cash on hand just in case.
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