The Diaper Bag

Hi ladies! I'm going to ask for some help at the end of this post so if you're an expert diaper bag Mommy, please read on!

Some of you may remember this post where I decided, back in July, to buy an over-sized Steve Madden purse and turn it into a diaper bag. I still love the idea, and the bag, but started feeling like maybe I needed the "real deal" for at least the first 6-8 months of Tiny's little life. I wanted something with water resistant lining that I could wipe clean on the inside (crusty milk is gross) and had plenty of functionality but didn't scream DIAPER BAG. After much searching, I fell in love with this diaper bag, the Babymel Satchel in navy stripe. I'm a sucker for stripes and I liked the shape of the bag more than most. Anyway, enough rambling, let me show you the goods!
 One of my favorite features is this insulated bottle pocket on the side. So handy!

I also like that the front flap opens up and has a separate outer pocket; I plan on keeping all my Mommy things in here. I'd like to keep my phone and wallet crumb-free, please.

The bag comes with a lightweight, portable changing pad. This will come in handy when Z is changing all those diapers on our outings :).
Is it bad that this sweet heart tag is one of my favorite features?
Now on to what's actually packed inside, as of now...

When preparing our registry, I read rave reviews on the Itzy Ritzy Wet Bag and we were lucky enough to have one purchased for us in Whale Watching Blue. I love it! It's so thick and durable and will certainly get plenty of use.

And now for your help, please! I've done tons of reading on what to pack for the hospital, but every blog/website seems to have different ideas of what's needed. Our hospital doesn't have a list on their website and at 38 weeks pregnant, it's getting down to the wire! Zach and I's bags are pretty much packed (I'll show you those, too!), but I'm afraid I'm forgetting things for Baby. So far we have:

1. coming home outfit
2. extra onesie, just in case
3. Itzy Ritzy wet bag (I realize this isn't necessary for the hospital stay)
4. newborn diapers
5. wipes
6. one pair of socks
7. one beanie
8. hand sanitizer (germaphobe first time Mom)
9. receiving blanket

What else did you pack in Baby's bag for the hospital? I know more things will be necessary as we venture out in future weeks, but I want to make sure we don't get any dirty looks from the nurses for not being prepared. Thank you for any suggestions in advance!
Happy Friday, y'all! Can you believe it's already November? Bring on the pumpkin desserts and Christmas carols :).