I had a home birth box with things just for home (sheets to protect floor, lamp, torch, long handled mirror (for birth pool), comfy towels to dry off, cheap towels to make floor comfortable, old duvet also for floor, tray for midwives, couple of bin bags, several kitchen rolls, snacks for midwives/birth partners. Also had a snacks for labour bag for me, next to hb box. Then by the door, I had a hospital bag w things I'd want for labour/birth/first few hours postnatally, including some snacks (in case snack bag was forgotten if we had to transfer). Put anything I wanted to use at home like TENS & aromatherapy stuff in outside pockets/at top so I didn't disturb the rest of the packed stuff. Also by door was changing bag w things for baby. And also an over the shoulder canvas bag I could chuck in anything I was using currently if we transferred like the TENS etc I also had packed a box of postnatal stuff for me & baby so family would know where to find things if we had to stay in longer (something I was keen to avoid!). All boxes/bags were labelled v clearly.
As a homebirth midwife .please pack a bag. Just basic stuff.Apart from the obvious, its really useful just after the birth because the things you want (and have selected) immediately are all handy. Also it prevents those irritations when OH cannot find maternity pads, the right pants or nightie.
Anecdote alert: A woman recently rejected the babygro out of the bag after lovely HB. "i didn't want to put the ones I like into that bag " A dad to me "haven't you brought nappies?" Child was in a teatowel until the shops opened .