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I wanted to see if anyone else is bringing little snacks or goodies for their nurses while they are in the hospital?! I made some cookies...but I am looking for other ideas of quick grab items for them.
I have two batches of cookies ready to go for tomorrow's induction! We asked a friend of ours who is a nurse what would be most appreciated and she said cookies. She also said to make them a little smaller than normal (if possible) because
This time I brought cupcakes for 2 different shifts.
Last time, I brought cupcakes, dunkin donuts, and cookies throughout the time I was there. All were purchased from a bakery since most people are uncomfortable eating homemade food.
agytay:This time I brought cupcakes for 2 different shifts.Last time, I brought cupcakes, dunkin donuts, and cookies t
Last time, I brought cupcakes, dunkin donuts, and cookies t
Molly:I had no idea this was a thing last time and I didn't bring anything. Whenever I see these posts everyone responds that they
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Molly&:Thanks. I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one. Also, I was treated great last time. They even gave me the corner post
As a nurse, it is never expected but always appreciated. You certainly dont have to and should be treated well - regardless. I plan on having my husband bring bagels in the day we go home providing my care is as expected.