Ultimate Useful Third Trimester Pregnancy Checklist

I’ve created the ultimate third trimester to do list that will leave you completely ready for your baby’s arrival. You’ll find to dos related to preparing your home, things for the baby, birth, and yourself.

With the use of this list, you can rest assured that you’ve thought of everything, with time to spare. You’ll be able to go into birth and postpartum with an organized sense of calm and a clear mind.

You’ll be able to focus fully on bonding with baby, recovering from birth, and transitioning into motherhood.

Once you receive your baby registry items, you can start putting things where they belong. As you finish up your nursery and organize baby’s things.

Finish the Nursery

For a sleep space in your room you can use a pack and play, bassinet, or even their crib.

Create a Space for Baby in Your Room

To save yourself a bunch of trips up and down the stairs, or all through the house, create a diaper caddy basket to have with you in the main living area.

Make a Diaper Caddy

Stocking up on breastfeeding gear and essentials is a definite for your third trimester to do list. Having the supplies you need to make nursing more comfortable at the ready will help you succeed.

Gather Breastfeeding Essentials

Taking a birth class is one of the best ways to approach birth with a greater sense of calm. What’s more, if you’re hoping to have a natural birth, childbirth education is going to help you make that goal a reality!

Take a Birth Class

Newborn care classes are perfect for first time mamas, especially if you haven’t spent a lot of time around babies. You’ll learn about things like diapering, bathing, burping, and newborn baby sleep.

Take a Newborn Care and Breastfeeding Class

Find out what the red flags are for things like postpartum depression and anxiety. Most importantly, go into the first few weeks after birth with a focus on rest.

Learn About Postpartum Recovery

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All material provided is for your information only and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction.Please consult your doctor.