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Choosing Baby Clothes With Comfort & Practicality in Mind
As a parent to be you have so many choices to make while waiting for the birth of your little bundle of joy that things can become a little overwhelming. As well as preparing the baby's nursery, buying equipment such as prams and cots and choosing a name, you will also have to buy baby clothes such as cotton pajamas, baby singlets and baby swimsuits. Buying baby clothes is something which many pregnant women find enjoyable, but to make the shopping experience more pleasurable and efficient there are several hints and tips to bear in mind. The first of these is choosing garments which will be comfortable for your baby, and the second is to choose infant clothes which are practical for you.
When your baby is comfortable, he or she will be relaxed and content. This means that you should look for baby clothes which will not irritate the skin or constrict movement. Follow a size chart to buy age appropriate clothing, which will fit your child loosely, without rubbing against his or her skin. A selection of coveralls, leggings/trousers and t-shirts are an excellent basis on which to start your baby clothes wardrobe.
In the first few weeks and months after your babies birth, you will be very busy, so look out for baby clothes which are easy to remove for nappy changes. Poppers and velcro fastenings will avoid the frustration of fiddling around with tiny buttons, especially if your baby wriggles a lot when you dress him or her. Consider fabrics which are easy to launder which will save you time. Cotton is one of the most popular choices as it is natural and breathable, and is especially comfortable for the baby. Follow washing instructions to keep baby clothing stain-free for longer.
Baby Clothes Pink for a Girl, Blue for a Boy?
If you don't yet know the sex of your baby, you might think that it is impossible to buy baby clothes. However alongside the traditional pink for a girl, blue for a boy baby clothes, you'll also find plenty of garments which could be considered unisex. Stripes in vibrant primary colours look equally adorable on a little girl or little boy, while plain, pastel tone baby clothes in yellows and greens are simple and cute. Baby clothes with decorative motifs are excellent if you do choose to go with the blue and pink theme.
Which Babies Clothing Size is Best?
Babies grow out of their clothes quickly, moving from 000 to 1 within the first year. The trick is to buy a good selection of separates that will fit for a few months by mixing and matching. Some babies with long legs will move to size 1 leggings much more quickly while still wearing their 00 tops. Matching bibs are a great idea to protect baby's clothing, especially when trialling messy solids!