What clothes should be provided for your newborn baby?
It's a really pleasant thing to prepare all types of baby clothes for your newborn boy/ girl on the day of his or her birth! Many moms filled with excitement and anticipation when they see a variety of adorable newborn baby clothes, but the newborn outfits only require a few kinds of clothes, so choosing the "basics" types for your cute baby is the most crucial.
I. What should you prepare before the baby's born?
1. Kimono/Side SnapThe umbilical cord of a newborn baby will gradually fall off in the first 10-20 days after birth, therefore newborn babies wear Kimono with ties or concealed buckles, ideally in different designs. So the baby's umbilical cord is not easily rubbed, and it is very easy to put on and take off.
In the summer, a single Kimono is sufficient to keep warm; in the fall and winter, you may prepare a long-sleeved Kimono and then wrap a quilt or tiny blanket around the infant.
2. One-piece bodysuit x 7The one-piece bodysuit acts as a newborn's "bottoming underpants," and changing diapers is simple as long as the lower gear's hidden buckle is released.
Spring, summer, autumn, and winter may all be worn; summer can be worn directly outside, and winter can be worn inside as bottoming underwear to cover the baby's tummy and protect the infant from the cold.
*Recommend that parents buy 7 pieces at a time, one per day for a week.
3. Baby cap x 2
Hats can play a good role in keeping warm, it is recommended to buy two easy to replace.
4. Baby socks x5
It is also very important to keep your baby's feet warm. Newborn babies also have fewer opportunities to wear shoes, so it is even more important to wear socks to keep them warm.
5. Baby sleeping sack x5
Newborn sleep sacks should be able to sleep for the baby to play a warm role. Weighted sleep sacks are appropriate for all four seasons. Simply select a soft and warm one based on the tog guidance and temperature.
You may also try to use a swaddle blanket to swaddle the infant if he or she is having trouble sleeping.
1. Born in different seasons also need to prepare different clothes
If the infant is delivered in the summer, you should additionally include a wide-brimmed sun hat and a light gauze towel in the aforementioned "standard." When taking the infant out, you may use the gauze towel to protect the baby from the sun by placing it on the stroller or baby carrier.
If the baby is delivered in the winter, you should prepare 2 sets of warm socks, 4 pairs of wool or cotton trousers, 2 sweaters, a thick winter sleeping bag, and 2 pairs of thick cotton shoes.
2. How many sets of each type of clothing will you need in the end?
The following quantity is simply a suggestion; the actual number of things you buy is decided by how often you plan to wash the baby's clothes. If you have time to wash every day, you won't need as many; if you just wash once a week, getting enough to replace is perfect.
Finally, I'd like to point out that the preceding ideas can only address the basic problem of what clothes your baby need and how many pieces of each piece of clothing you require. Different families' budgets, aesthetics, and preferences may differ, but there is nothing wrong with preparing clothes for your infant based on the weather and the purpose. Prepare the above-mentioned "basic style" at least to guarantee that you are not overwhelmed in the baby's early days of life, and then any special items may be purchased at any moment.