Our hospital is also only a 5/10 minute drive away from our home and a Tescos so if worse comes to worse, Jack can always go get anything I need! We're hoping to be in and out as quickly as possible anyway this time so didn't want to over-pack either.
For my bag I've used the same one we used with Indiana; a simple holdall with perfect amount of room for everything. For baby's bits I've used our trusty Pink Lining 'Yummy Mummy' changing bag. It feels so strange to be using this again as Indie hasn't needed a 'proper' changing bag for quite a few months now!
So here's what is inside my bag:
Pampers size 1 nappies - these wouldn't fit in baby's bag
Light dressing gown
Old & dark towel and flannel
Maternity pads x2
Empty carrier bag for dirty clothes
Nursing tops x2
Comfy dark jogging bottoms
Cheap dark underwear x3/4
Maternity sleep bra
'Going home outfit' - Leggings and a nursing top
Wash Bag (mostly travel sizes for convenience):
Shower gel (decanted into travel bottle)
Lansinoh Lanolin nipple cream
Hair bands and kirby grips
I remember definitely over packing for baby with Indiana. I took in so many sleepsuits/vests and a 'going home outfit' that just wasn't necessary! It's also been slightly different this time as Indie was a winter baby and this little one is a summer baby. You need more for a winter baby I think due to more blankets, more layers, etc.
Sudocrem (small pot just in case)
MAM dummies x2
Teddies x2 (the grey Jellycat one will be Indie's gift to baby boy)
Short sleeve vests x6 (3 in First size, 3 in Newborn/Up to 1month)
Sleepsuits x6 (3 in First size, 3 in Newborn/Up to 1month)
There are a few things I still need to buy and add at the last minute including:
Nursing bras x2
Snacks & drinks
Makeup bag (just in case!)
Jack's bits (change of tshirt/deodorant/toothbrush)
Looking at it laid out like this makes it look like we've packed hardly anything haha, but I'm sure we'll be fine! Let me know if there's anything you would add / takeaway. It's always good to hear other people's opinions as there's surely something I've forgotten.