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    The hospital should tell you either way.

    My intro letter said that they provide nappies and I know when I've been to visit friends they were all given a large pack in their room (huggies gender neutral).

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    I went to the Mater private in Brisbane as well, they said to bring nappies but they actually provided a 35 pack Huggies newborn, and I'm sure if you finish the 35 within your stay in hospital they'd have given you another pack, they also provide a pack of Johnson's babywipe. Not sure about cloth nappies, i'm sure if you get DH to bring them home daily they wouldn't have minded.

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    My DS2 was in cloth from birth. He never wore a disposable nappy.
    The meconium washed straight out, no stains.

    My hospital provides a small packet of disposable nappies but were thrilled for me to use cloth. If they had told me I couldn't use cloth I would have told them to get stuffed.


 

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