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You'll also want lots of bottles to pump into and storage bags for freezing pumped milk. I'd also make sure you have a good stash of both disposable and non-disposable nursing pads to address leaking (I preferred non-disposable, but would use disposable for the gym because they're thinner and don't show through thin gym clothing as much).
I like snacking on cashew nuts.
I like this much, much better than lanolin.
You might want some breast pads for leakage. Lots of burp cloths like PP said, extra pump parts just in case.
More burp cloths/bibs than you think you'll need! We're pretty new at this, so we go through them like crazy because we end up with milk EVERYWHERE! I thought we had way too many burp cloths, but it's close to the right amount. I think we have 30 or so.
And nursing pads, like others have said. A good water bottle that you can easily open with one hand. I read on my kindle sometimes when I nurse and it's so convenient!