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CLOTHING FOR INFANTS
Let the clothing for infants, from birth, be warm enough and loose
enough for comfort. No tight bands...
CHANGING OF CLOTHES
Very important is changing of clothes
with infants. When their thighs are
wet and all next to them is ...
CAPS & BED SHEETS
Babies should have the head kept
cool, and the feet warm. Out of
doors, a cap is all right tick or light...
USE FLANNEL
 Must

infants always wear
flannels in the day time .
Delicate
ones
certainly
shoulder in our climates, thick...
GARMENT DESIGNS & SIZE
AN INFANT BODY SUIT IS A GARMENT DESIGNED TO BE WORN BY
INFANTS MUCH LIKE A T-SHIRT; THEY ARE DISTI...
CLOTHING TO BUY FOR NEWBORN
One-piece outfits (5-7): some of these are basically spiffed-up famines
appropriate for sleep...
Pajamas or sleepers(4-7): no matter how cute it looks,
avoid sleepwear that was complicate snap or requires lot
of efforts...
TIPS FOR BUYING BABY’S CLOTHES
When buying children’s clothes, the first thing to remember is that

they must be easy to ...
 Try to avoid buying clothes that have buttons can get off and the baby

might swallow them.
 Avoid clothes that have ti...
Basic Wardrobe For A Newborn
6-8 stretch suits (always buy

according to weight not age)
2 nightgowns (comfortable

and ...
Tips for dressing your newborn
Avoid clothes that wrap around your baby's neck too tightly and those
that have cords or ti...
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  1. 1. CLOTHING FOR INFANTS Let the clothing for infants, from birth, be warm enough and loose enough for comfort. No tight bands should ever be put on them. Babies resist actual cold less safely than older person: but just enough clothing is always better than too much for them.
  2. 2. CHANGING OF CLOTHES Very important is changing of clothes with infants. When their thighs are wet and all next to them is soiled they should be changed at once, always neglect of this may cause chafing of the skin, very disturbing of the child, and sometimes as bad as a burn. A soft sponge is when the skin is tender, better than a rag or towel; but a sponge must be well cleansed every time, with soap and hot water to be used again dusting with a little “pat” filled with fine starch or arrow-root powder is very soothing and protection.
  3. 3. CAPS & BED SHEETS Babies should have the head kept cool, and the feet warm. Out of doors, a cap is all right tick or light according to the season; but there is no need of any cap being worn in the house. They are better without it. A frequently trouble is with the bed cover at night. First, never forget that covering makes no warmth of itself, it only keeps(non-condition) what warmth the body is put cold into be warmed first; by passing a hot flat iron under and over it.
  4. 4. USE FLANNEL  Must infants always wear flannels in the day time . Delicate ones certainly shoulder in our climates, thick (thought soft)flannel in winter, and light flannel in summer time. When an infants shows itself, at two or three years of age , to be hardy, its summer flannel may be left off safely silk or merino, will do for all but we ably children .
  5. 5. GARMENT DESIGNS & SIZE AN INFANT BODY SUIT IS A GARMENT DESIGNED TO BE WORN BY INFANTS MUCH LIKE A T-SHIRT; THEY ARE DISTINGUISHED FROM TSHIRTS BY AN EXTENSION BELOW THE FULLEST WITH SNAPS OR VELCRO THAT ALLOW IS TO BE CLOSED OVER THE CROTCH IS TO FACILITY ACCESS TO THE INFANT’S DIAPER. LIKE T-SHIRTS, INFANT BODY SUITS COME IN A WIDE VARIETY OF DESIGNS AND MAY BE WORN AS UNDERGARMENTS OR AS OUTER SHIRTS. INFANT AND TODDLER CLOTHING SIZES IS TYPICALLY BASED ON AGE. THESE ARE USUALLY PREEMIE FOR A PRETERM BIRTH BABY, 0-3 MONTHS, 3-6, AND 6-9 MONTHS THOUGH THERE IS NO INDUSTRY STANDARD DEFINITION FOR THOSE SIZES. MOST RETAILERS PROVIDE SIZING CHARTS BASED ON A CHILD’S WEIGHT, OR BOTH AND THE CHILD’S WEIGHT AND HEIGHT PERCENTIL, MAY ALSO BE U SIZING CLOTHING FOR THE INFANT. AN INFANT MAY STRETCH, NECCESSITY CLOTHING THAT IS SUFFICIENTLY LOOSE TO ALLOW MOVEMENT. THE MANNER IN WHICH AN INFANT IS DRESSED “AFFECTS BEHAVIOUR TOWARD THE INFANT” CLOTHING MAY BE SEX-TYPED BY.
  6. 6. CLOTHING TO BUY FOR NEWBORN One-piece outfits (5-7): some of these are basically spiffed-up famines appropriate for sleeping and plying and because babies nap so frequently, especially at first, these are very convenient. Shirt(4-7): look for T-shirts and turtleneck with plenty of room in the neck, or naps at the neck, so they slip easily over your child’s head. Many parents prefer one piece styles that snap at the crotch. Leggings or pull on shirts(5-7):separate allow you to change one piece of dirty clothing without assembling a whole new outfit, so they are useful to have look for stratchy waistbands that fit easily our baby’s diaper and belly and expand as he gains weight. Sweater or jacket(1):most babies don’t like having clothes pulled over their head, so warm up your baby with a sweater or jacket that buttons down the front.
  7. 7. Pajamas or sleepers(4-7): no matter how cute it looks, avoid sleepwear that was complicate snap or requires lot of efforts to get on or off. Wearable blankets(2-3): these fleece or cotton snakes zip over your baby’s sleepwear to keep him warm at night. They replace traditional blankets, which aren't safe for sleeping babies because of the risk of sides. You may or may not need these, depend on the climate you live in and the season when your baby’s born. Fleece wear or snow suits: of you have a winters baby, you may want a one piece fleece suit to keep him warm on outings. They are often hooded and come in many styles. Another option is to avoid bulky snowsuits and slip your baby into a snug, fleece-lined strouer. Socks and booties: you will need lots of socks for indoors and some bodies to keep your baby’s feet you’re out & about.
  8. 8. TIPS FOR BUYING BABY’S CLOTHES When buying children’s clothes, the first thing to remember is that they must be easy to put on, easily washable and above everything else, comfortable to wear. It is always available to buy trousers or skirts with elasticized waistbands and shoulder straps, for a baby. Prefer buying clothes that can be stretched and have a wide neck because they are easier to wear as well as take off. Avoid buying clothes that are adorned by lace, as babies can get their fingers caught in the lace. Always go for natural fibers as far as baby clothes are concerned, especially in summers. Clothes that open in the front and have proper's are easier to put on as well as take off the baby.
  9. 9.  Try to avoid buying clothes that have buttons can get off and the baby might swallow them.  Avoid clothes that have ties attached to them, as the ties can come off easily and you will have to sew them on again.  Never ever opt for clothes that have rough stitching. They can be uncomfortable for the baby.  Since babies trend to be picked up by so many peoples, so many times, it is best to go for clothes that do not need.
  10. 10. Basic Wardrobe For A Newborn 6-8 stretch suits (always buy according to weight not age) 2 nightgowns (comfortable and easy to put on and take off) 4 sleeveless vests, with poppers under the crotch 3 pairs of socks 3 cardigans (for winters) A sunhat and a light jacket (for summers) A warm hat, mittens and snow suit (for winters)
  11. 11. Tips for dressing your newborn Avoid clothes that wrap around your baby's neck too tightly and those that have cords or ties. Check buttons, ribbons, and decorative items to make sure they're on securely – if they come off, they're a choking hazard. When dressing your infant, make the clothes fit your baby and not the other way around. Open snaps and stretch necks wide so you can ease your baby's head through them. Reach through sleeves and legs first to help guide wiggly hands and feet. It's often easiest to dress your infant on the changing table or floor. Try cooing and talking to your baby as you put on each piece so he will associate getting dressed with special time with you.
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