Some new moms prefer a relaxed attitude while others plan it with stopwatch precision. If you're like most expectant mothers, you're comfortable somewhere between the two extremes. As long as Dad doesn't lose the car keys, the trip to the hospital will be exciting but uneventful. Still, you have plenty of time, so why not make a list? Here are eight ideas that cover everything you should pack before that special delivery day.
The Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) has proven to be a Godsend for so many mothers in need of child support, shelter from abuse, escape from addictions including, smoking and alcohol. This is what Sarah had to say about the NFP, "The NFP helped me at a point in my life when I didn't know where to turn to and they helped me get back on my feet and keep running." She was desperate and terrified when she found out that she was pregnant at 17 years. She did not work and she had no idea about what happens during and after pregnancy. Someone referred her to NFP in the nick of time for which she is so grateful. Sarah is just one among the thousands that NFP is helping today.
Having a baby is extremely expensive, but there is no reason to pay top dollar for many of the items that your baby will need. After all, each baby outgrows things very quickly, and you could easily go broke trying to keep everything up to date with the latest pieces from your local store. Instead of going down this road, it is a good idea to consider purchasing the following items secondhand.