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What size bodysuit for a newborn?
Newborn bodysuits are particularly useful clothing items for the first few weeks of a baby's life (and even after). Practical and comfortable, they allow the baby to be at ease throughout the day and night. In terms of sizes, newborn bodysuits (50 cm) are suitable for babies weighing 3 to 3.5 kg.
If in doubt, also plan for the next two sizes up: 54 cm for 4 kg babies (0-1 month) and 60 cm for 5 to 6 kg babies (3 months). Indeed, newborns grow very quickly, and some, larger than average, may even wear 3-month size from birth. This way, both you and your baby won't be caught off guard!
Looking for a baby girl bodysuit or a baby boy bodysuit that is both elegant and durable? Because we want our bodysuits to be gentle both for the skin of your baby and the planet, they are made with 100% organic cotton. Make your selection from the Jacadi collection. You can choose a long sleeve bodysuit or a short sleeve bodysuit individually. Or you can also go for a pack of two long sleeves bodysuits, or a pack of two short sleeves bodysuits. This newborn garment comes in an immaculate white or a multitude of styles and colors, to the delight of both baby and parents. Liberty print collar for a floral touch, Claudine collar, or short ruffled sleeves for girls, polo-style collar for boys... there's a look for everyone. Thanks to their careful details, Jacadi's girl and boy bodysuits easily match everyday outfits and add an undeniably chic touch. Expecting a child among your loved ones? A baby bodysuit is undoubtedly a wonderful birth gift idea. Good to know, when you shop online, you get free shipping over 150$ orders.
How to dress a baby in July?
Summer temperatures have arrived, and the baby is about to show their little face. In these conditions, a question naturally arises for all expectant mothers: how to dress the baby so they are neither too hot nor too cold?
The ideal is to have on hand, from the maternity ward, the essential basics: long sleeve bodysuits, short sleeves bodysuits, and sleeveless; Organic cotton and velour (warmer) pajamas; Newborn hats; Woolen sweater + pants sets; Pairs of socks or slippers; Pairs of mittens. This way, you can be quick to adapt the baby's outfits according to the outside temperatures and the thermal performance of your home once you return.
To check if the baby is not too covered, remember to place your hand on their neck. If there is moisture, they will probably be more comfortable with one less layer.
When to stop using bodysuits?
Newborn bodysuits, designed as their name suggests for newborns, gradually give way to larger size bodysuits (from size 1 month up to size 36 months/3 years).
The main advantages of this garment are to hold the diaper in place and facilitate diaper changes. Thanks to its snap buttons at the crotch, you don't have to undress the baby completely. The bodysuit thus loses its interest once the baby is clean or about to be, between 2 and 3 years old. This is the right time to stop having them wear it.
Which bodysuit for birth?
You can choose between the American armhole bodysuit and the crossover armhole bodysuit. For a newborn bodysuit, the ideal is to choose a crossover armhole model. This way, you avoid passing the garment over your baby's fragile head, at least for the first few days. Choose a bodysuit with a Liberty print collar for your baby girl, or polo bodysuits for your baby boy.
The crossover armhole bodysuit has the particularity of also opening at the front, thanks to a few additional snap buttons. In contrast, the American armhole bodysuit only opens at the crotch. It requires more handling and is therefore more suitable for babies after 3 months.