The birth of a baby brings with it a number of obligations, including the purchase of clothes. It should be made of safe and quality materials, withstand frequent washing and ironing. The emphasis is therefore on material, then on cutting, size, maintenance and, of course, price.
Choose practical baby clothes
Clothes should be comfortable and easy to dress. Due to frequent repacking, choose wear that allow easy access to the diaper. If you like baby overalls, choose those that can be undocked at the bottom, it will eliminate the need to undress the entire baby. Likewise, avoid clothes that have to be laboriously dragged over the head. Choose stretch shirts, t-shirts, jackets, and bodysuits. Alternatively opening on both sides of the straps to make the head opening as large as possible.
Change only when necessary
Lots of babies don't like dressing up. Therefore, change them during the day only if they are wet, vomited or have a poop. Suitable materials for baby clothing are cotton, linen and organic cotton. These materials are breathable and have a good effect on sensitive baby skin. Avoid artificial materials such as synthetics. They can cause allergies, are cool and electrize.