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baby clothes - sizes

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MrsRV Wed 19-Mar-14 20:16:58

DD2 due in May. DD1 is only just 2 so u think it'd be fresh in my mind!

confused about what sizes of sleepsuits/vests I need to take to hosp. DD1 was 8lb 5 but I'm pretty sure she wore "up to 7lb 8" stuff for a little while.

I'm thinking of taking 3x "up to 7lb8" sleepsuits and vests & 3x "up to 10lb" sleepsuits and vests... do u think to be on safe side I should take 3x "up to 14lb" dleeosuits/vests too?

and also, freaking out that DD2 will turn out to be DS1 and his first photo will be in a hand me down pink floral babygrow. should I take some cheapy plain unisex babygrows just in case?? but in all 3 sizes again? forgot how stressful this packing for every eventuality business is grin

GingerRodgers Wed 19-Mar-14 20:26:18

I didn't take enough last time and dd was sick on everything so dh had to bring spares the next day!
I'm packing at least 6 vests and sleepsuits. They're tiny so won't take up much space.

MrsRV Wed 19-Mar-14 20:28:56

yes this is exactly what happened with DD1... but we don't live far from hosp and plenty of family have a key to be able to run us spares up if needs be... and of course the baby clothes will all be washed & labelled at home ready grin

what sizes are you packing?

GingerRodgers Wed 19-Mar-14 21:03:30

grin

God knows wrt sizing. Can't remember what I took for dd (less than 2 years ago!) either.

Probably just newborn. I mean, at 8lb11 she wasn't small but fit in all newborn clothes we had. Like you say, easy enough for someone to bring things if you need more/different sizes.

Thatsnotmyfigure Wed 19-Mar-14 22:00:23

Neutral is good. Also my tip is to buy a couple of packets of babygros in smaller sizes. Pay separately and in cash (not card). Leave them in packet then sellotape receipt to packet. Partner/ hubby can then go and return them/ exchange them if you don't want them. Sounds complicated but it isn't really!

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