One of the biggest headaches for new parents is struggling with how to dress up the baby. There is a few different types of clothes you should need for your baby, and throughout the first year. So how many do you need and what sizes should you buy?

Here is a basic list of baby clothes for newborns under one and an estimated amount (the exact amount depends on how often you plan to do the laundry).

Wearing Time: 3 month+

Suggested Numbers: 4-8

 As every baby grows up, the bodysuit is an absolute must-have of clothing. Bodysuits are one-piece garments for babies. They don’t have legs and will usually include a closure (like buttons or snaps) at the nappy area to help hold the nappy in. They are snug and not loose-fitting.

Due to the handy fold-over design and snap buttons, you can easily dress and undress your baby without having to pull the romper over its head. This is not only safer because of the fragile head, but also more hygenic when changing diapers.

Wearing Time: 3 month+

Suggested Numbers: 4-8

These all-in-ones are the greatest for bedtime, playtime and any other time. They have features like fold-over mitt-sleeves to protect from scratching or two-way zips for speedy nappy changes. They are also super easy to get on, just unzip, lay open on the change table, lay your baby on top, put arms and legs in their holes and zip up. Easy.

Wearing Time: 3 month+

Suggested Numbers: 2-4

In winter, babies will need cardigans and vests. They are so much easier than jumpers that needs to be pulled over their head and can be done up or worn undone depending on how much warmth is needed.

 

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