someone said this to me when roman was only 6 weeks old I was out shopping and carrying him and someone asked how old he was and said he was tiny. I said he was an 11lb chunk already and she said 'maybe its cos hes got his wee jammies on'. what the heck.. he's 6 weeks old!
these days he wears dungarees mainly or a top/tshirt with linen trousers.
Thomas pretty much lived in sleepsuits (or his 'skinned rabbit gear' as my OH called it!) until he was about 9 months old. He would wear other stuff for special outtings, but the sleepsuits were warm, comfy and easy for him to manovour in.
My DD is 5 months and wears sleepsuits most of the time. It's only if we're visiting someone or if someone is coming round that we put her in clothes. If we're going for a walk or shopping, she wears a sleepsuit with her thin snowsuit over the top. She looks so much comfier in them and more like a baby
Wow! I never thought that sleepsuits would be an issue! My LO wears them all the time (okay, only 3wks+), but when we go out, I do put on a little cardigan or fluffy coat, then a blanket in the pram....
I love sleepsuits. I also love velour. LOL! You can only get away with it for so long, so why not?! My sister use to dress her babies in jeans, starchy shirts and shoes, and sure, it looks cute, but I know *I* wouldn't want to wear that as I slept all day. Youc an get some really cute sleepers too. I personally, really love little baby boy clothing.
Fin was in sleepsuits mostly up to 3 months. Then dungarees and joggers etc came into play. Then we moved to leggins mostly at 6 months when he started crawling as they seemed the least restrictive for his movement etc. We kept with mostly softer trousers and the such like cords until he was walking... now he's mostly in Jeans/chinos/cords/tweed trousers etc. xx
I started dressing Alex when he started weaning. Sleepsuits and PJs are for bedtime and sick days. He isn't fancy though. Long sleeved/short sleeved vest and jeans or joggies. He doesn't really have outfits, I just mix and match
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