Clothing Essentials For Newborn – Things You Definitely Need To Buy If You Are Having a baby

We all know how much parents need to cope up with for their newborns. Regular checkups, decorating the baby’s room, some reading to prepare yourself for the new member of the family and most importantly; shopping for the little angel.

When a baby is on its way to the world, there is only so much a parent can do. So, here we have eased some of your work and have provided you with the most important of all the clothing essentials for newborns that you need to buy as soon as possible.

Bodysuits and Onesies

This is the second most important thing that you need to have after diaper. Bodysuits are essential to keep the diapers in place and provide with an extra layer of clothing for winters. In summer, you can have your baby clad in short-sleeved cotton onesies. They are soft and comfortable enough to not scratch the sensitive skin of babies and are snap crotch for easy changing of diapers.

 

Sleepsuits and sacks

One-piece sleepsuits are opened at the bottom while sacks are closed. However, both have loose fabric to not distress your child’s sleep. They are easy to snuggle because of their soft material; not forgetting the fact that kids look extra adorable in it. (Don’t forget to take as many snaps as you want!)

Bibs

Babies burp, drool and vomit almost tens of time in a day. Do you want to keep changing their clothes all the time? I guess, no. Right? So here this extra clothing comes into play. Just keep as many bibs as you can with you and knot or slide them to your kid’s necks.

Mittens

With the flailing arms, there is always a chance of scratching the nearest skin. Newborns are notorious to have sharp nails because of mothers having much difficulty in grooming their nails. Keep many pairs of mittens for safety and warming purposes.

So, there you go, because a happy baby equates to a happy mother.

 

 

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Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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