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    8 Baby clothes essentials

    8 baby clothes essentials

    Having a baby is one of the most spectacular moments in life and it can definitely be one of the most overwhelming. There are so many things to choose from when picking out the right items for your baby. It all falls down to picking the most practical items that’ll keep your little one comfy and cosy, These are the must-have when it comes to baby clothing.

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    Onesies

    Baby onesies are absolute essentials considering you’ll most likely have to change your little one at least 3 times daily it only makes sense. They’ll also make for a perfect warm and cold outfit which is just convenient. Baby onesies are practically god gift for babies they fit perfect with diapers and open easily on the bottom for a quick nappies change. It’s important that you buy multiple pairs and sizes because you just never know how big they’ll be once they arrive and also bigger sizes because we all know how fast they’ll grow. But most importantly dress them in those ridiculously adorable and cute onesies for that perfect photo.

    One piece pyjamas

    Make sure to dress your baby in enough warm clothes so that there warm without a blanket. Especially during bedtime there feet and hands might feel cold so a baby one piece pyjamas are perfect fit for that job.

    Sweater or jacket

    Babies in general expand lots of energy in order to stay warm especially when in a cold environment or if there inadequately dressed. A jacket or baby sweater is a great and must when trying to add extra later of warmth, make sure to pick the cutest one you can find and take loads of photos there only a baby once.

    Socks

    The majority of your baby's heat will escape from either its head or feat so its important that you have a few pairs of nice warm socks on hand. That'll keep your baby comfortable and warm.

    Hat and beanie

    Whether it's hot or cold windy or snowy you'll want to be prepared. Get a broad brimmed hat that gives your baby the best coverage protection. And a soft warm beanie that'll keep there head warm, if its extra cold it's worth getting a earmuff beanie for extra warmth and coverage.

    No-Scratch mittens

    A pair or two of no-scratch mittens is a great option firstly for extra added warmths. Secondly depending on your little one and how regularly your cutting their nails and if there constantly touching there face it's worth putting on some mittens just for some extra protection over their delicate face and eyes especially.

    Blanket Sleeper

    It's important to protect your baby from chilly night air a blanket sleeper can be used instead of an extra layer of blanket it's essentially a thicker version of a baby sleeper that covers there arms and feet from night chills so its a good option for that needed extra warmth alternative.