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MommyDaddy&i Hospital Bag Terms and Conditions
Before you proceed to registration, please READ and UNDERSTAND the terms and conditions that applies to all Applicants.
- Applicants must be an expecting mother upon registration.
- Each mother can ONLY register for one bag and must satisfy the eligibility requirement at the point of registration.
- Shortlisted mothers will receive a confirmation letter through email/message.
- Please present your confirmation letter/message, Identity Card/passport & Check-up record/ pink book (proof of your pregnancy) upon the collection of the bag.
- MommyDaddy&i reserves the rights of final decision in any case of disputes.
- Duplicate, inaccurate, or incomplete registrations will be VOIDED and will not be entertained.
- Samples and products in our MommyDaddy&i bag may VARY from time to time at our sponsor’s discretion and subject to product availability.
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Hospital bag, keep everything important inside. The one that matters!
It doesn’t matter, whether you are 20, 24 or 32 weeks pregnant, everyone wants to be ready for their delivery. It’s one of the most anticipated dates that invite anxiousness and pretty much excitement for all parents in the whole wide world.
One of the things that you need to be prepared for is to make sure that every important item is packed into a single entity that we call the hospital bag. If this is not your first pregnancy, then you would know that most of the time, things wouldn’t always go according to what you have planned.
You might go into labour much earlier than your expected date of delivery or your baby just won’t come out even if it’s already 40 weeks of pregnancy. So what do you need inside the hospital bag?
Without these items, the procedure for your delivery can be pretty much complicated. Every single mother should bring their own identifications (identity card) and records (pink book) to let the doctors know what has been done or what needs to be done. This is especially true if you experience pregnancy-related complications such as gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
It’s better to be safe than sorry. Packing more things than what you actually need is better than packing less. You need something comfortable to wear so don’t include your tight jeans or chino in your hospital bag. Most of the people would bring along a couple of shirts, especially those that button-up in front, sarong, socks, disposable underwear, maternity pads and going home outfits.
You should also consider some accessories to make sure you are comfortable along the delivery process such as breast pads, breast cream and hairband.
Bringing in some snacks can do wonders. People don’t know when or if they will get hungry while waiting for their turn to deliver. Pack a couple of cereal bars, some healthy snacks and mineral water. Even if you don’t have much appetite, just pack it along with others in your hospital bag. Better have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
Bringing along some diapers, baby’s clothes and toiletries are considered essential these days. Make sure you don’t miss anything. Swaddle blankets can provide comfort, gloves can prevent them from scratching themselves and don’t even ask the importance of bringing your own diapers to keep your baby’s bum clean and dry.
Some babies might have different reactions to different kind of diapers. Hence, it’s a good idea to take some samples and try them out. Diapers need to be changed a few times a day to avoid diaper rash, a skin condition that appears as patchy bright red skin on your baby’s bottom.