GIVEAWAY: Mommy/Delivery BFFLBag

Expecting a baby or know someone who is?

Take a look at the Mommy/Delivery BFFLBag®.

Designed by Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson (an oncologist and mom of four), it is described as “the ultimate hospital bag, providing comfort, convenience, and caring for women preparing for childbirth.”

Mommy-Delivery-Bag-by-BFFL

The bag, which retails for $120, is designed to be used for either C-section or traditional birth.

Contents include:

  • axillapilla® pillow for recovery and nursing support
  • a collapsible water bottle
  • perineal ice packs with disposable sleeves
  • soft, washable bamboo nursing pads
  • a wound/incision care pack
  • expandable folder for important papers and cards
  • skin care gift pack
  • flip flops
  • toiletries
  • KIND healthy snack bars

Best Friends for Life also sells specially designed bags for a variety of hospital stays including a Double Mastectomy Bag, Prostate Bag, Neuro/Brain Bag, Chemo Pack for Him, Chemo Pack for Her, and more.

* 15% of net profits from bag purchases are donated to the Harvard School of Public Health Women’s and Health Initiative.

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Comments

  1. Megan Lusiak says

    My third baby is due in May and I would love to have this bag! With my first 2 children I made sure I had my boppy pillow, a nice night gown that I could nurse in, and my own toiletries so I could freshen up before going home.

  2. Richelle says

    Top few things I’d like to have with me during a Labor and Delivery:
    1) Hubby
    2) My own Sanitary napkins (less diaper-like than the ones provided)
    3) My phone
    4) Birth plan
    5) A baby bag with necessary items for bringing baby home.

  3. Deanna says

    Camera and laptop were the top two when our daughter was born! After that not much matter. Brushing my teeth was nice and something to wear home.

  4. Kristen says

    My own pjs, a flannel shirt (from my husband) for easy nursing and also warmth, Chapstick, socks, and my own pillow.

  5. Fleurzty says

    My husband of course. My nipple soothing cream. My cell phone. My hospital bag. These were the instrumental items with our first son. I don’t see that changing much this time around.

  6. susan says

    Our camera was important for catching those life changing memories (and when all the guests visited), a toothbrush, and my eyeglasses.

  7. Jes (A Mountain Bride) says

    I’m delivering in TWO weeks!!! I think I need this bag since last time I overpacked like whoa. The three things I will be SURE to have are: my cell/charger, make up, and a razor (I forgot a razor last time and the hospital doesn’t dispense them anymore…so I had to go without for two days – so icky!)

  8. Marlena U. says

    The three things that I could not have lived without when giving birth were my husband, a tennis ball for back pain and honey sticks for energy!

  9. Amber Perry says

    A heat rice pack (I always have back labor), music, chapstick and my Husband who can run home and get anything I’ve forgotten – which always seems to happen ;-)

  10. Felicia says

    I am 37 weeks with our first baby and have been thinking about what to bring. I think I’ll pack some nursing tanks and a foldover skirt (just in case pants are not too comfy with the post delivery padding). Will bring some post delivery snacks, and chocolates for the staff. :)

  11. Sarah Schmunk says

    I need to pack my hospital bag soon. I like to have slippers/slipper socks, hard candy, and my own pajamas.

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