Here's some odd news - no matter what you do, or don't do - the baby will birth when the baby is 'ready'. Enjoy the wait, hold Moms hand. Keep telling her how good she looks - Ya, I know, but it worked for me..
Once they hand the kiddo over to you - the wieght of the world will fall on your shoulders. You'll survive.
The baby will still have a section of umbillicus left for a week or so, be careful when changing diapers.
Read the article below if this is news to you. IF not, just be careful, it will come off on its own. http://www.babycenter.com/0_caring-for- ... ump_127.bc
Infant and child CPR - take the class if you haven't.
The most glaring omission I can see is no camera.
You will NOT be forgiven if you don't have some 'pics of new baby' to share with family/friends/and damit - with us. "Cause we know the little bugger will be cute, and everyone loves to go "Ahhh".
I just spent most of June in Tucson with my sister helping her with her newborn. Plan on some schedule so you both have a chance to grab 4 hour naps, cause feeding the kiddo every 2 hours will wear you out pretty quick.
Good luck, and remember above all
Stay Calm and Carry on. Life will happen, you will all get through it,.
Congrats - the fun is just starting!