3 Types of Baby Clothes Every New Mom Should Own

baby-blanketWhether you’re a first-time mom or not, there’s a moment during pregnancy, or just after delivery, where you tend to think you’re missing out on some of the cutest infant wardrobe essentials.

The truth is that, yes, you might be. There are so many amazing baby clothes out there. This might not be very obvious – they are necessary.

Here’s a list of essential baby clothes every mom should own:


  • Bodysuits


They can either be a shirt or a complete outfit. Just let them be whatever you want them to be at a particular place, time, and occasion. They are also called onesies. If you can acquire them in different sizes, it would be better as you have to go along with the rate at which your baby is growing.

It’s also apparent that you’ll clean your baby four to five times a day, and change them due to their blowouts and spit-ups, so yes, you’ll need enough of jumpsuits. When purchasing them, look for the ones with envelope-style necks, as they will help you pull the bodysuit downwards for more sanitary outfit changes.

You can always mix and match them, and select the best colors for a baby.

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  • Kimono Tops


You want your baby to start catching up with style as early as this, and kimonos are super cute. They have side snaps that minimize contact with a newborn’s umbilical cord that’s not yet fully healed, and therefore very sensitive.

In addition to that, for the sake of the first time moms, kimonos can be their lifesavers, especially when they aren’t used to getting off their baby’s t-shirts through their faces. The process can be so frustrating when the baby cries and screams for help.

They come in long and short sleeves, so you don’t have to worry about that.


  • Beanie Hats


If you’re planning not to buy a hat for your baby, think about summer, and you’ll definitely look for at least one. In every good hospital, you’ll find that nurses put a hat on a baby’s head. It’s with a good reason they do that, and you don’t want to render it useless.

Even before a diaper, a hat is essential to your baby’s health. They get cold so easily, and a hat will help regulate their body temperatures. Always walk with it in your diaper bag, and get it out whenever you’re in cold environments.

Whatever the weather in the surroundings, a beanie hat will make your baby super comfy.

The Bottom Line

The above are very few out of the very many clothes a new mom should own. Among them are sleepers, pajamas, footies, baby socks, bloomers, and many others. If you’re wondering where to get all these, bitsy bug boutique is the one-stop shop where you can get them at once. They have a variety of baby stuff, with different style and sizes. Order today and let your baby slay.  

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