Here is an article from the bump.com. After all the lists I've looked at, I feel like this is the most realistic. Some people are telling me that I need to bring my whole apartment while others are trying to tell me that the hospital will give you everything you need. I know hospitals and people are different but there's still some certain things you need to bring to the hospital to make sure you're comfortable and not as stressed out (not like having a baby isn't stressful enough).
Checklist: Packing a Hospital Bag
Forget all those other (excessive) checklists — this is the only one you’ll need, we promise.
Have your bags (one for you, one for baby) packed and in your car by 35 weeks. (Taxi-taking moms — stash your bags in the front hall closet.)
A tip for the thrifty: Ask your hospital what they provide for babies and mothers, and take those items off your list.
[ ] Insurance info, hospital forms and birth plan (if you have one)
[ ] 2-3 pairs of warm, nonskid socks that can get ruined (for walking the halls before and after labor)
[ ] A warm robe or sweater you don’t mind sacrificing to the cause
[ ] 2 maternity bras — no underwire — and nursing pads (whether or not you plan to nurse, you’ll appreciate the support and leak-protection)
[ ] Lip balm (hospitals are very dry)
[ ] Toiletries and personal items — hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, face wash, makeup (as if), shampoo, conditioner, lotion, contact lens case and solution (remember, travel-sized products are your friends)