DD had the shot in the hospital because she was a forceps birth and had bruising on her temples from those, and on her forehead from being posterior against my pubic bone for hours on end :( I had signed a waiver not to do it, but because of her bruising I changed my mind when she was born. They also cut the cord right away which I was NOT happy about, and was the other reason I had her get the shot....ugh can't think about it right now, her birth story makes me so sad.
For this little guy, we are having him at home and won't be doing the vit K drops or anything. No circ, the cord will be left attached until it is completely empty, and he is in excellent position right now (and has been the last few weeks!) so I'm hoping for a smooth and quick birth with an anterior rather than posterior baby :) If you feel like it's good to have them on hand, then by all means keep the drops on hand, but I assume you would only use them in case of severe bruising on the baby since you should be easily able to leave the cord attached until the blood is completely out of it. Hopefully you won't need them!