Khloe Kardashian is well-known for many things, among them her mad organizational skills. So it’s no surprise that she was super-organized when packing her hospital bag to give birth to her baby girl. Khloe is now the proud new parent of a baby girl, True, with her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson. Before giving birth, her app “Khloe With a K” shared with fans what was packed in Khloe Kardashian’s hospital bag.
Khloe packed her hospital bag way ahead of time. “I knew exactly what I wanted to put in my hospital bag—lots of comfy things for me and for her!” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star posted in her app.
Today, we’re giving you a small peek inside Khloe Kardashian’s hospital bag!
Here are a few of the things she packed:
- Pajamas that button up in the front
- Nursing bras
- Bag of toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.)
- A cute outfit to go home in
- Her own pillow
- Comfy socks
- Multiple cameras
For her baby, the famous mama packed:
- Two adorable baby outfits
- Hats to match the two outfits
- Receiving blankets
Are you aiming to pack the perfect labor bag like Khloe? Here are 3 tips to help you get started:
1. Determine what you’ll need
Every hospital bag should have these essentials: comfortable clothes to wear while you’re at the hospital, an outfit to go home in, toiletries, insurance info, and a camera. If you’re making an adoption plan, you can get a labor bag that’s already packed with the essentials for FREE! Call Lifetime at 1-800-923-6784 to request yours. If you’re going to parent, also pack your baby’s coming home outfit, and a well-fitting nursing bra if you’re planning to breastfeed. You can bring ready-to-serve formula if you’re not going to breastfeed.
Other items to pack include flip flops, a nice robe, and an extra-long phone charger. You can make a checklist in your phone of items you may want or need for your bag. Then, just keep adding to it when you think of other stuff to pack.
2. Pack as soon as you can
Once you have a list, start packing! If you wait until the last minute, you may forget to put in important items. Start gathering everything you’ll need and place it all in your bag or tote.
You might want to stash your hospital bag away with other items you’re bringing with you when you go into labor, such as a yoga ball.
3. Double-check your bag
A few days before you’re due, look at what’s in your bag and check your lists to make sure you didn’t forget anything. When you review the stuff in your hospital bag, you’ll have less chance of having to grab stuff at the last minute.
If you’re not sure of what to pack or have been putting this off, you’re not alone. While Khloe is known for her organization skills, lots of us aren’t. Packing your perfect hospital bag might be a challenge, but it will totally take some stress out of your last days of pregnancy.
Are you pregnant and thinking about adoption? Lifetime Adoption provides help nationwide to women who are choosing adoption for their babies. Learn more by calling them at 1-800-923-6784. They will also help you a fully-packed labor bag for free!