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Buying Baby Clothes the Easy Way

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Buying Baby Clothes, the Easy Way


Most mothers know that buying baby clothes can be a real challenge. There are a lot of factors to keep in mind, from ease of care to size to durability! Well, if you follow a few basic tenets when buying baby clothes, you can save yourself a lot of gray hairs.


1. The changing factor

My first tip is to always buy clothes that are easy to change your baby into. If an outfit has laces or too many buttons think about how often you will be taking it on and off, for example when your baby eats a meal. Also, stay away from special care items as you will be cleaning baby's clothes often, I suspect. My baby just found out that she loves spaghetti and it can get messy - with easy to care for clothes we can always keep her clean. I like to stick to soft cotton products.


2. Velcro is your friend

Next keep comfort in mind, so elastic, Velcro, and big buttons are your friends. Think about when you will be changing him or her; will it be easy to access the diaper with the item of clothing? The best baby clothes not only make your baby look cute, but make it easy for you to change them. Also, kids just love having Velcro on their clothes. Velcro is a fun, useful, and neat way to zip up!


3. Bigger is better

Baby's grow fast, and if you buy tight fitting clothes for your baby there is a good chance, she will outgrow them very quickly. It is best to buy clothes that are slightly too big for your child and let them grow into the clothes. This way the clothes you do buy will last much longer. It would be a real shame to have to buy new clothes more often than necessary. Even though it is possible to find many affordable clothes, if you can make them last longer, then it is much better.

Once your baby gets old enough it will be fun to start picking out clothes together. Once your baby can start making her own decisions, you will have a lot more choices. In the meantime, stick to the three guidelines above and you will avoid many headaches with poorly designed baby clothes. Finally, there are also some baby clothes brands that are better than others - not all baby clothes are created equal.


4. Determine your budget 

Decide how much you are willing to spend on baby clothes. This will help you narrow down your options and avoid overspending.


5. Make a list

Create a list of essential items your baby will need, such as onesies, sleepers, hats, socks, and swaddling blankets. Consider the climate and the season your baby will be born in.


6. Choose the right size

Babies grow quickly, so it is essential to select clothes that fit them comfortably. Focus on newborn and 0-3 months sizes initially, as these are the most used during the first few months.


7. opt for convenient designs

Look for baby clothes with features that make dressing and changing diapers easier, such as snap buttons or zippers instead of buttons.


8. Consider the fabric

Choose clothes made from soft and breathable fabrics like cotton, as these are gentle on your baby's delicate skin.


Buying Baby Clothes the Easy Way