Here’s something you almost never see on prep lists: baby diapers and adult diapers.
Babies have a habit of being born at higher rates when there is no electricity. Even if you don’t have a baby now... might you need a supply of cloth diapers later?
Also adult diapers: Will you have an elderly adult with you during the crisis? Maybe they don’t need adult diapers now, but in a few years? Or if someone is seriously injured requiring near-hospitalization bed care? A supply of adult-sized cloth diapers, pants, and cleanup supplies may be nice to add to your Medical list.
That’s the hard thing about prepping — you’ve got to think of *everything*.
And baby formula is another over looked item.
The native Americans had a way of dealing with adult incontinence. They moved the belongings outside of the house. Kind of an Indian death panel.