There are many things that I don't know or understand about babies and being a mom. One of these became apparent today.
Parker does not own many long sleeved shirts/onesies or pants in her current size (0-3 months). She has many short sleeved onesies and many fall/winter clothes in size 3-6 months, which I am sure we will make good use of in a couple months. In the meantime, it will be getting cooler soon (although the weather the next couple of days doesn't indicate this!) and we had free money at Babies R Us, so we thought we would go get her a couple pair of pants (khaki or jeans) that would match any of the onesies we already have and grab a couple of long sleeved onesies as well.
WHY DOES NO ONE MAKE CLOTHES IN SIZE 0-3 months? Seriously - we could buy more short sleeved onesies, pants in yellow, green or pink (which we already have and don't exactly match or look right with many of the onesies) or pajamas. That's it! No long sleeved onesies and no generic colored pants. No khaki - heck not even any purple to go with all the purple and turquoise stuff she has. There were so many cute clothes and NONE of them came in her size.
So, two things could be - no one really dresses their infant in anything but short sleeved onesies and pajamas and I just didn't know about this. OR everyone with an infant Parker's size had hit the Babies R Us before we did. But, they didn't even have the ugly clothes in her size.
Perhaps this is my calling - to make cute outfits, outside of onesies and pajamas, for the 0-3 month old child.
We did cave and buy her a Halloween costume though. She'll wear it for a few hours and then we'll sell it to Once Upon a Child, but whatever - it was free and she'll be cute! :)
Sounds like you have yourself a business model! :)
That is true - Hannah lived in onsies for her first few months. You change them so much that I didn't bother with pants but it was also summer. Try Target or Carters outlet (by the Keystone mall) - they may not have many kahkis or real pants but I know they have little sweat pants. I think I even saw some brown and light brown ones at Carters.
Kohl's had some non-onesie clothes that I found this summer when he was in 0-3.
Seriously, they do live in onesies, and pajamas. Actually, Chris was going through so many clothes that he spent much of his first month in receiving blankets, and it was January!
I would at least like a long sleeved onesie!!!! Come on.
Target. Gerber makes them in 3-packs I believe.
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