My list in the maternity hospital Red Farm

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  • Ground12/12/2007 at 12:18:58
    My list in the maternity hospital Red Farm
    I read a lot and looked at before childbirth, very many tips were useful, simply invaluable. I want to share my list taking into account the peculiarities of the farm (I was in a suite - for 2 people)
    What you need to take to the hospital on the Red Hutor
    EXCHANGE CARD AND PASSPORT - for registration
    1. Directly to the birth:
    • Disposable diapers 5shtuk (60h90, best Bella Happy, if not - Helen Harper)
    • Rubber slippers (you can not rubber, but then you have to take 2 pairs, because in the shower only in rubber)
    • Night dress or long shirt for the childbirth
    • Bathrobe
    • Toilet paper
    • Bottle of water without gas (1 liter)
    • 2-3 gauze pads
    • Mobile
    • Socks for yourself (just in case, your feet may freeze)
    • 2-3 new-born Huggies diapers are better, they are sold for 3 pieces
    • 2 capless strap on the head
    • 2 blouses on the buttons (pashashenka - no need) with closed handles
    • 2 elastic pants with closed legs
    • 2 pairs of socks
    • 1 thin diaper, 1 flannel
    • Baby blanket in a duvet cover - cover the baby while “moving” along the corridor on the bed from the room to the ward (later this blanket will be useful in the ward)
    • Camera 
    2. After giving birth - to the ward:
    • Disposable towels - roll (convenient for doctors on check-ups)
    • Electric kettle
    • Drinking water 3l
    • Tea in bags, galetny cookies, sugar - you might want to eat after birth
    • A cup, a spoon, a fork, a plate (it is possible one time not to wash)
    • A desk lamp or a night light (in the ward 2 lamps are very much beaten in the eyes at night, and it is impossible without light)
    • Disposable diaper 10pcs. to spread yourself and baby
    • Ordinary diaper - 2pcs. thin and 2 pieces flannels
    • Disposable pads for myself (I liked the Mothercare, but Always can also be nightly) - 2-3 packs
    • Disposable panties for myself (not necessary, but I was comfortable) and regular panties, too, with a high waist and a little restraint, later you can wear slimming, after 2-3 weeks
    • Bust for feeding - 2pcs.
    • Gaskets in the busti - 6-8pcs. Enough for the hospital, the rest of the house to use (I liked Chicco most of all, quite good also Helen Harper, Fixies; do not buy - Bella and Our Mom - horror)
    • 2 nighties for yourself, unbuttoned from above for feeding
    • A pack of diapers for babies (I like Libero Everyday, look for the manufacturer to be Sweden)
    • A blanket in a duvet cover (I already mentioned it), a diaper sheet - as a bed for a baby
    • I laid the maternity blanket on the changing table, on it once.diaper and its flannel
    • I didn’t take a bed for myself, it’s quite decent
    • 2-3 people with closed arms and legs
    • I took the child’s first-aid kit, but I wasn’t useful at the maternity hospital (peroxide, brilliant green, cosmetic sticks for brilliant green to handle the navel, pipette for peroxide to grind the navel, nail scissors, breast pump), when I was discharged from the maternity hospital, I was also given a peroxide, brilliant green bathing
    • Our children's pharmacy powder is simple, without additives, wadded mugs, baby oil (I like Hipp)
    • Baby soap is better than liquid (it is more convenient to take it with the 1st hand when in the 2nd hand a child), I liked Our Mom from the first days
    • DO NOT TAKE wet wipes, they often cause allergies in newborns, it is always better to wash them with water.
    • I took a pacifier, baby sleeps better
    • Laxative candles for mom (Amed or some other glycerin)
    • Mom - hygienic. priadl - tooth. brush, paste, cream, shower gel, shampoo
    • Towel mum for the body, I wiped the baby in a thin diaper
    • Cream for nipples (I took Purelan, but you can have another)
    3. On discharge
    • Clothes and shoes for mother
    • outfit for the kiddie + overalls for winter kids (no envelope needed)
    • Money
    • Can candy, tea, coffee for staff
    • Video camera (you can shoot yourself), camera
    Diet nursing mothers (at least the first 2 months), if you do not want the babe to have a tummy ache and allergies
    DO NOT:
    Citrus fruits (except lemon after 2 weeks)
    White cabbage (in any form!)
    Legumes (beans, peas)
    Chocolate, coffee
    Nothing red and orange (tomatoes, pumpkin, carrots, apples, beets)
    Apples raw can not be! (only baked)
    Pears
    No raw vegetables and fruits at all!
    No pickles and pickles, canned cucumbers
    No spice
    Hen
    Red fish
    Caviar
    Nuts (up to 4 weeks)
    Rye Bread (up to 2-3 weeks)
    Baton
    No yogurt with additives!
    Mayonnaise
    Chicken eggs
    No soda
    No wine (better than 10 grams of vodka)
    Honey
    Garlic
    Berry compotes, red jam
    No herbal teas and fees, except special for nursing mothers
    No flavored teas with additives.
    Artificial vitamins - no need without specials. testimony!
    WHAT IS IT POSSIBLE?
    Green and white vegetables in any, but not raw, kind
    Milk, cottage cheese, hard cheese
    Bran Bread
    Kefir (from 2-3 weeks)
    Kashi
    Potatoes
    Cookies without additives
    Baked apples
    Dried fruits (only not dried apricots, nothing orange and red) are a bit
    Meat beef, pork, rabbit
    White fish
    Quail eggs
    After 2 months you can gradually add everything! But only 1 product per day and in small quantities to see the reaction of the child.
    • skunky12/13/2007 at 23:15:46
      Diet
      I would also like to add: milk is only boiled, kefir is not fatty 1%, you can also make turkey meat. At the expense of pork, I would certainly argue. Soups should be cooked in the second broth. Pasta must be avoided. At first, I practically did not eat anything at all. the baby was very restless.
      • Ground12/14/2007 at 12:10:20
        Girls, in my case there were very serious problems with the 1st child
        Atopic dermatitis (diathesis) is barely cured. Therefore, remembering all the difficulties, weeping wounds under the knees, rough hands and legs, the inability to bathe normally ... I just did not want to eat all these allergenic products for the 2nd time. I consulted our dermatologist, who cured my son in due time, so the list was compiled on her recommendation.
        As for mummies, who can eat everything, while a baby is good - it's just great! But, unfortunately, only a small percentage can afford it. Especially at risk of dermatitis, those who are allergic to the family, as well as fair-skinned and fair-haired.
        • sobaka_112/14/2007 at 17:14:22
          Yes...
          I’m already mentally preparing for the diet, but very quickly you can regain your previous figure ...
        • Mila12/17/2007 at 08:00:15
          Honestly, I don’t think that whiteness and fairness define something.
          The first child had diathesis (completely vaccinated child), the second one stopped allergies after refusing vaccinations, the third one never had anything (unvaccinated at all). So it seems to me that my diet did not affect at all, vaccinations - much more. White-skinned and fair-haired are all three, I am the same, and my mother is generally an ideal blonde, almost an albino :), with white eyelashes and eyebrows.
    • netnat12/12/2007 at 23:32:49
      Thank you very much for the reminder that you need!
      Thank!
    • Alinenok12/13/2007 at 15:36:47
      THANK!!!
      Only with a diet it is not clear ... I already sawed kefir in the maternity hospital, but they just do not recommend eating fish right away. allergenic product. Pumpkin, boiled carrots, beets, too, immediately ate - like they are not allergenic.
      As for the rest, I agree, with the exception of adding one product per day — you may not see the reaction in one day, and then it will be difficult to understand which of the new products was sprinkled ... Allergies to mothers, for example, nuts may appear on the third a day and even later ...
      • Lelichkadotcom12/13/2007 at 15:57:10
        kapets! Well, diet ...
        Is it true nothing can be?
        one will probably have to eat some cereals with milk ... in February, so few fruits and vegetables are sold normal. I'll probably lose weight =)
        • Nest12/14/2007 at 01:35:27
          not true, I ate everything (reasonably)
          and no colic-gazikov-allergies did not know with two children.
          And if you really bother, then milk is also impossible :-).
          • skunky12/16/2007 at 23:00:34
            Lucky
            I envy you white envy. My first child and I thought for the first month that I would hang myself, so he shouted at me. And now he is two - everything seems to be normal, but now I’ve got used to my hands and I don’t know how to get rid of it now.
            • Carmen12/17/2007 at 10:13:01
              do not get rid of it)))
              the baby of the first three months is simply obliged to be on hand - it is there that his method, and not in the crib
              from 3 to 6 months, he is already slowly starting to separate himself from his mother, he can sometimes lie down and play sometimes
              if you don’t maly "break" and "wean" from your hands, then as he crawls, he doesn’t want his hands)))
        • Carmen12/14/2007 at 12:25:06
          everything is considered normal healthy food
          the milk gets what is absorbed into the blood of the mother
          normal natural products are digested, broken down and vitamins, trace elements, amino acids, etc. are absorbed into the blood. - in general, any utility
          But all sorts of food additives, preservatives and other nasty things that are industrially made products are plentifully stuffed in - they are not broken down and absorbed into the blood in unchanged form, and then get into the milk
          this also applies to drugs and alcohol
          well and pay attention to potential allergens
          they can also be eaten, but administered one by one, slowly and look at the reaction of the baby
          thus, we eat without any problems: boiled or baked meat, fish, any porridge, vegetables and fruits (raw can! cabbage and beans can be!), bread, cottage cheese, kefir, cheese, butter, homemade cakes and homemade sweets ...

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