Keep your baby comfortable with suitable baby…
Keep Your Baby Comfortable With Suitable Baby Clothing
It Does Not Take Much for a New Born Baby to Get Into a Crying Fit and Uncomfortable Clothing.
When picking new born clothes, it is best to avoid buying anything with tight elastic. Whether it is the waist, arms, neck or legs, tight elastic can cut down circulation of blood and can even cause irritation to your baby’s skin, making it rather uncomfortable for your little one. You can tell whether the elastic is too tight by giving it a small tug to see how much it expands. If there is a lot of easy stretch in the elastic, the clothing item will be fine for your baby. But if it is stiff and difficult to stretch, avoid buying it.
New born clothes come in different fabrics that you can choose from. Usually, natural fabrics are the best choice as they are comfortable on your baby’s sensitive skin. However, it may not always be practical. Some baby clothing is made from material blends like polyester and cotton, which can be soft on your baby’s skin and also a practical option as they do not shrink and wrinkle.
While the outside appearance can play a big part in choosing your baby’s clothes, it is also important to consider the insides. So check the seams on the insides of the clothes and ensure they lie flat and are smooth to the touch. Ensure that the seams are not scratchy when you run your hand against them as they can cause a lot of discomfort to babies.
Snaps and zippers
When buying baby clothes with appliqués like snaps and zippers, it is important to ensure that the backings are not uneven or rough. Not all backings will soften up after a few washes, so ensure that the baby clothing you buy does not have rough and hard zippers or snaps as they can scratch and cause irritation to your baby’s skin.
Potential choking hazards
Found a really pretty sequined dress that will make your daughter exceptionally adorable? Well before you pick it up, ensure that the sequin is stitched on well and does not come off easily. Remember that small items, even on clothing can end up in your baby’s mouth and be a cause for concern as they can lead to choking. It is also important that you check new born clothes with buttons or sequins in every wash to ensure that they are there and not loose so as to end up in your baby’s mouth!