I was finally pinned on Pinterest! Check that one of the ole bucket list! (Seriously, it was on a list; I set my sights high!) After being inspired by a project I saw on Pinterest, I decided to put my own spin on it. You can see my original post and first take on the Expectant Mom’s Hospital Survival Kit here. Below you will find my latest take on the kit, plus some additional additional fun, simple, and pretty DIY projects.
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My Own Road's Hospital Survival Kit: Essentials Mom Will Want but Might Forget
I adore this idea I came across on Pinterest! I ventured on over to the original link at Jen’s fabulous and crafty blog, My Own Road to check it out.
Ever wonder what to take to the hospital when visiting a mom and baby? Most people take a sweet gift for the little bundle of joy. But what about the mom?! She usually gets flowers that will wilt or balloons that will deflate. Pretty, but what about something a little more useful? Most moms, new and experienced, take a bag full of necessities to the hospital. (Most take things we’ll never use the first time. I speak from experience!) There are some items though that I wish I would have taken or had with me the first time. This is where Jen’s, from My Own Road, nifty gift idea comes in. Why not take a pretty bag full of thoughtful “survival” items? Jen also created and provided links for the fun printables (in pink and blue) to attach to the bag. Here is what Jen suggested go in the bag.
Check out Jen’s post at My Own Road to see the detailed list and get the printables. I’d also suggest checking out some of her other great ideas while there!
Jen got me thinking. She asked at the end of her post, what things we might include in a survival kit. Not only were there several items I have already added to my necessity list for when Kasen comes in June, I am attending a baby shower Saturday for my cousin, Julie, who is expecting her first baby soon. (A girl!) I decided I would see what I had in stock to use as a mock-up, and do this fun post. Here is what I came up with! Continue reading