A Trip Inside My Maternity Bag

June 21, 2015
I am finally 36 weeks pregnant and getting ready to pop little Arya out to the world!




I have looked into so many references already about how I am going to organize my hospital bag when the big day comes but I just find the list so overwhelming that seems like I have to bring my entire bathroom and closet to the hospital.

So, I took the easy path and talked to a few relatives and friends who just gave birth and asked them the things that I will really need to bring at the hospital. It turns out I don't need to bring the entire house after all.

I pulled out my luggage and finally able to pack my things when it's go time.

Here's the official rookie mommy list for your final hospital bag:


  • 24 Pcs. Disposable Diapers
  • Cotton roll or balls
  • Alcohol 70% Isopropyl
  • Maternity pads
  • 3 Disposable breast pads
  • Feminine wash
  • Dry & Wet tissues
  • Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Soap
  • Baby wash or soap
  • Thermometer
  • Cotton buds
  • 3 Mittens, 1 Beanie, 1 Swaddle Blanket, 1 Receiving Blanket, 1 Bath towel, 3 Sets Baby Clothes, 3 Burp Cloth
  • 1 Rubber Mat
  • 2 Maxi dress (my going home outfit)
  • 4 Underwear
  • 2 Nursing Bra
  • 1 Bath Robe (for easy breastfeeding)
  • Make-up Kit (because you have no excuse not to look good)
  • Fully charged Powerbank with iPhone and android phone cables.
  • Portable camera with charger or battery
  • Small notebook with reminders and notes to my partner with the following:
    • Contact numbers of which person to text or call when I give birth, 
    • Make sure that snacks and water are ready in the recovery room. 
    • Fill-out important papers and documents while I am not there
    • Take photos
  • Security or cash deposit, ATM and Debit Cards
Some important documents that you need to bring at the hospital: 
Applies only to Filipino Citizens

plastic envelope containing:
  • Photo copy of Marriage Certificate or Contract. If you just recently got married, a Certified Copy of your Marriage Certificate will do.
  • Photo copy of 2 government I.D of you and your partner.
  • Philhealth documents: MDR, Receipts, ID (if you have one), CF1 Form

How about you, Rookie Mom? What's inside your maternity bag?

Xoxo,
Rookie Mommy PH - 36 weeks pregnant and excited to meet my baby
1 comment on "A Trip Inside My Maternity Bag"
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