(Closed) Pregnancy Survival Kit

posted 6 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
2095 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Saltine crackers, a good water bottle, maybe a giftcard to a mommy clothing store, maybe a photo frame for hte sonogram.

Post # 4
7779 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Preggie pops, bath salts, tums, foot cream, pack of Kleenex, pregnancy journal, bag of chocolates, chapstick/lip balm.

For dad… KY? Preggo sex tends to be a little…. dry and uncomfortable. lol

Post # 5
1359 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

one of the water bottles with a filter! thirsty all of the time.

some pregnancy-safe meds, so she doesn’t have to run out if she realizes she doesn’t have them (like I did!) such as benadryl, tylenol, robitussin, ricola cough drops.


for dad, there are some “funny” books on how to relate to your partner during pregnancy. Darling Husband liked “The Expectant Father,” I really liked Girlfriend’s Guide to Pregnancy.

Post # 6
643 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

A little lint roller, because as your belly gets bigger, you notice all of your dark shirts seem to have lint on your belly. 

A tide stick… with the same reasoning as above, as your belly gets bigger, it seems to become a magnent for food and makeup stains. I am always dropping something on my belly.

Little things of purell. I keep one in my car, one at my desk and one in my purse. I am a little more germ conscious, trying not to get sick.

And I agree with a water bottle. I went out and bought a few until I found some I like. I use the camelbak and a nalgene. I got the huge ones– 32 oz, I think– so I can fill them up and drink out of them for a while.

How sweet of you to send your SIL a care package… good luck to her!

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