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Packing my hospital bag...

As i enter the 35th week of my pregnancy, people around me are getting increasingly excited. Even more excited than me... the mummy to be.

They have been urging me to start packing my hospital bag. But the procrastinator in me just wouldn't barge thinking there is still time. Finally, i decided to take the first step towards packing by taking the bag out of the storeroom.

I see packing my hospital bag akin to packing for a holiday. Careful planning required on what to wear, what to bring, things to sneak in so i can secretly shower and of course what beanie should wear home. ;-) Well, of course going into labour is far from having a pleasurable holiday. But it certainly is a journey that is worth preparing for...

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