The most important things to have in your morning sickness survival kit are insight, humor, and patience with yourself according to Elizabeth Kaledin. It also helps to have a big bag full of air-sickness bags, snacks, wipes and other essentials. Being prepared is essential.
Morning sickness: What to pack for the journey
by Elizabeth Kaledin
Though it may not seem imaginable, surviving morning sickness can be done. In some ways, just like labor and delivery, it is nothing more than a physical test requiring training, preparation, and endurance. In fact, it may help you to think of it that way, especially because every marathon has a finish line.
This is not to say that training and preparing for the marathon aren't challenging. Morning sickness demands a plan -- a strategy -- for outsmarting your body and letting you feel in better control. To do that, you will need some basic tools, a Morning-Sickness Survival Kit to be carried with you at all times. I am going to offer you a few ideas and suggestions, but you should personalize your own survival kit once you discover what your needs are.
To start with, you will need a bigger bag. That may not be possible since most women I know already hoist around luggage poorly disguised as a purse. But use this as an opportunity to get yourself a special morning-sickness tote or a nice backpack, something roomy enough to accommodate your needs. If you are feeling lousy, a little shopping excursion might cheer you up, anyway. You may never want to see this bag again once the need for it goes away, but I am sure it will hang stoically in your closet for years, a veteran of the morning-sickness wars.