First and foremost, review the requirements in the hospital where you are going to give birth. There are those medical institutions that are allowed to bring to the newly born baby my stuff. As a rule, these hospitals reigns rejection of the system changing. The infant was immediately put on a vest with closed fingers (this is necessary to prevent the child from scratching themselves as small, but sharp nail) and sliders. Such clothing allows the child to freely swing your arms and legs to explore the world and to feel that he can move.
There is the hospital, where there is strict rules that mothers observe from the Soviet era. It is assumed that the baby, still unable to coordinate their movements and not knowing what was happening, and that it hovers above it, frightened. So, getting nervous, long time can not calm down. So clothes only need vests and diapers - because it will regularly swaddle.
In some hospitals in pursuit of sterility are not allowed to bring your stuff in the postnatal ward. There are mothers and babies are given state-owned linen. Usually it's all the same undershirts and diapers. Plus, this clothing is that it is not necessary to wash. Used things are made up in a special tank, which, once transported to the Laundry at the hospital. There they are washed, and soar once again bring dressing children.
If you are going to give birth in a paid Department of the hospital, where clothing for mothers and children give you will be the exception. You will be allowed to bring their own clothes for the baby.
In any case, you need to remember that clothing for children should be made of natural fabrics, preferably cotton. Sewn vests and sliders with the seams outside, there is a need to ensure that they are not scratched too delicate skin of the baby. As far as diapers, their edges are also not sewn, but only slightly processed only to ensure that the fabric is not showered.
Sometimes babies in the hospital wear their bonnets. Doing this, if you're having problems with heating or fitting for the winter window in the hospital. Sometimes additional heat is applied as a aid for premature children, because they have slowed down all processes in the body. It is therefore necessary to maintain the optimal level of heat they have.