Luxury Pre-Packed pregnancy Hospital Bag £25.00 @ Debenhams
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Luxury Pre-Packed pregnancy Hospital Bag £25.00 @ Debenhams

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Found 6th Jan 2014
I just sew this lovely pre packed pregnancy hospital bag at debenhams that wes £75 and now only £25
Wes thinking its lovely idea for my self.or to give to someone you love. Now I'm ready without the need to prepare anything
After thinking how much things in bag are worth
I do consider this as good deal
When just simple bags cost the same or more
Preg women should be spoile :-)
Perfect present for new mum
In the web the products are bit small
I found it in another web for the original price( just to gut good look of the products)
babymamabags.co.uk/pro…spx

The link to the £25 is debenhams
Also saw it on amazon for £47 with 20%

19 Comments

OK, plenty of boring, practical stuff like maternity towels and breast pads. Where are the luxury choccies and the champagne!
Nice bag though, and a good deal.

BEANZ-ON-TOAST

OK, plenty of boring, practical stuff like maternity towels and breast … OK, plenty of boring, practical stuff like maternity towels and breast pads. Where are the luxury choccies and the champagne!Nice bag though, and a good deal.




Singular. Maternity towel. 'Coz that'll be a lot of use. This is really expensive.

Original Poster

You know what I have to agree with you 100%:-) I wes also thinking if its luxury bag it should have inside some sexy pyjama for me:-) and champagne.....
But!!!!!!!
I still need the baby clothes... That just pack of 3 with build in gloves cost 8£
And the bag might be useful as changing bag....:-)
And price is good
Then why not....?

1on4

Singular. Maternity towel. 'Coz that'll be a lot of use. This is really … Singular. Maternity towel. 'Coz that'll be a lot of use. This is really expensive.



It says there are 12 towels. It's a nice bag but I wouldn't call the kit 'luxury'. If you like the bag go for it Shirika!

Original Poster

I already bought it.
I do agree that the company don't need to call it laxury bag... And it's not worth 85£
Maybe 50£
But this is another subject

In 25£ as I paid if they call it "hospital bag":-) I think it's nice to these women that fency pre packed hospital bag
I didn't sew any cheaper..

Yea my first hosp bag looked nothing like this.... Few bits of clothes and lots of chocolate sweets and crisps hoyed in hahaha

Original Poster

Lol.... My wes full with things like I go to the Caribbean...:-)
Now I just want to run away home on first day:-)......... So even if there wes luxury I will not use it in the hospital....:-)
what I will start light candles and gut drank:-)???

But don't need to think about prepare a bag

Any one need breast pads???:-)
I feed from bottles...

Even if you bottle feed you will still need breast pads. You will still produce milk whether your baby drinks it or not. As a pregnant woman one would assume you will be told this.

Original Poster

Unless u take pills to stop milk....
But thanks anyway..!:-)

squiff

It says there are 12 towels. It's a nice bag but I wouldn't call the kit … It says there are 12 towels. It's a nice bag but I wouldn't call the kit 'luxury'. If you like the bag go for it Shirika!



No it doesn't. It say's there is a 12 inch maternity towel.

shirika

Unless u take pills to stop milk....But thanks anyway..!:-)



Your still produce milk, even if you take medication straight after you give birth. My first son was stillborn at full term in 2010 and I was given drugs to prevent milk production almost immediately after he was delivered. I still leaked for a good week and then suffered with terrible mastitis.

1on4

Your still produce milk, even if you take medication straight after you … Your still produce milk, even if you take medication straight after you give birth. My first son was stillborn at full term in 2010 and I was given drugs to prevent milk production almost immediately after he was delivered. I still leaked for a good week and then suffered with terrible mastitis.



I am so sorry to hear this 1on4. I can't begin to imagine what you went through xx

Original Poster

What??? I didn't went through anything..,,
Maybe you don't understand cos of my spelling...
Ok have agood night

I looked into these when I was pregnant and quickly decided against This is very expensive considering how much it would cost to do yourself unless you really need a new bag. You'll need to buy extra maternity towels for sure!!


Its £45 today!

From what I remember about the maternity ward fashion & style came a poor second to gas & air.

cold. overpriced. if you're too lazy to make your own hospital bag up then what hope have you got with a child. put some effort it for gods sake

This seems like self promotion "I just sew this lovely pre packed pregnancy"

I bought a pre-packed bag for my first labour and didn't use half of the stuff. A hospital bag is a very personal thing, you pack what you personally need and like. What I'd put in my bag is very different from the next person. I can guarantee that if you make up one yourself it'll work out much cheaper and much more useful.

An idea of what I'd pack (after having been through it three times already):

Nice soft dark coloured dressing gown
An old long nightdress for labour
Some nice nightwear for afterwards (I like PJs with dark bottoms)
Toiletries for both yourself and baby
Breast & maternity pads
Nappies and cotton balls
Open backed slippers
A dark coloured bath towel and a towel for baby
At least three body suits & baby grows
A cardigan
Outfits for yourself and baby for going home (at this time of year I'd include a snowsuit)
Car seat & blanket
Tens machine
Something for entrtainment e.g magazines/ books/ laptop / tablet / phone loaded with some games
Camera
Hairbrush & lip balm

Hope that helps!
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