I would just skip the newborn sizes... My first never fit in them, she was too tall. Maybe you could have a couple on hand just in case.
I went out and bought 0-3 and 3-6 from the second hand store because honestly they grow out of sizes SO FAST (and they make a right mess of their outfits with poop-splosions and spit up and what not. No point buying nice clothes for a little one when they get so dirty!) and you really don't need a whole lot of them before they're too big.
For my baby shower I asked people to buy clothes that were 6+ months only. It was awesome, I STILL have some clothes that she needs to grow into, and she's 2!! It was a huge help whenever someone wanted to buy her clothes to ask for the older sizes, you just have to remind people to buy season appropriate outfits lol
I'm getting a set of 3 sleep suits and vest up to 1month and everything else 3-6months because babies usually lose a bit of weight after birth then plump up again I just hate when nothing fits and is over sized on them x
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