If you had your baby at the SAN (Wahroonga), particularly in the last few years since they renovated:
What "stuff" did they provide? All these hospital packing lists have me curious what I don't necessarily need to bring if the hospital provides it. My 2 boys were born in north shore private, so I'm not sure what the San provides but NSP had:
Basic clothes for Bub
Nappies & wipes
Bath products for Bub
Towels & wraps for bub
Maternity pads for mum
Ice blocks for downstairs
Ice packs for boobs
Snacks/food/tea/biscuits etc were available throughout the day
Just trying to figure out if I should be bringing any of these things with me or expect to have to buy things like water bottles or nappies?
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25-08-2016 06:34 #1
Anyone who had their Bub at the San?
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