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Nothing is cuter than your baby. And the only best thing you can do to make your baby look even cuter is to make him or her wear even cuter clothes. It can be tempting to have a wee wardrobe of designer threads for your baby's big debut. But before you load up your credit card, though, remember babies grow fast the first year. So it’s advised to shop wisely so your baby doesn't outgrow clothes before wearing them. If not sure about your baby's sex in advance, or if you plan on having more children, choose colors that you'll be comfortable putting on either a boy or girl. The following is a list of clothes that you can buy for your toddler:
These are basically spiffed-up jammies appropriate for sleeping and playing and because babies nap so frequently, especially at first, these are very convenient.
It’s better to go for T-shirts and turtlenecks with plenty of room in the neck, or snaps at the neck, so they slip easily over your child's head. Many parents prefer one-piece styles that snap at the crotch.
Separates allow you to change one piece of dirty clothing without assembling a whole new outfit, so they're useful to have. Buying stretchy waistbands that fit easily over your baby's diaper and belly is a good option because it expands as he gains weight.
Most babies don't like having clothes pulled over their head, so warm up your baby with a sweater or jacket that buttons down the front.
No matter how cute it looks, avoid sleepwear that has complicated snaps or requires lots of effort to get on or off.
These fleece or cotton sacks zip over your baby's sleepwear to keep him warm at night. They replace traditional blankets, which aren't safe for sleeping babies because of the risk of SIDS. You may or may not need these, depending on the climate you live in and the season your baby's born in.
If you have a winter baby, you may want a one-piece fleece suit to keep him warm on outings. They're often hooded and come in many styles. Another option is to avoid bulky snowsuits and slip your baby into a snug, fleece-lined stroller sack.
You'll need lots of socks for indoors and some booties to keep your baby's feet warm when you're out.
Tips for dressing your newborn
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