TOP TIPS

Little Treasures - - PRO­MO­TION -

Make life easy for your­self, and for bubs, with these handy tips and tricks.

Neck­lines

In those early weeks, cross-over ki­monos­tyle body­suits and tops work best as they don’t have to be pulled over baby’s head, which makes it eas­ier for both bubs and new par­ents. This also goes for en­ve­lope necks, which are de­signed to make it easy to take off, down the body, rather than over their heads when things get messy.

One­sies

The clas­sic one­sie is the per­fect start­ing point for your baby’s out­fits. Body suits that fas­ten be­tween the legs keep baby warm as they don’t ride up and leave tum­mies bare. And full grow suits, es­pe­cially ones with zips from the feet up, are great for day and night and are easy to get in and out of.

Cov­ered feet and hands

Keep lit­tle feet warm with pants and one­sies, com­plete with booties or foldover feet. This saves you from hav­ing to dress baby in socks or booties that al­ways seem to fall off and get lost. Some one­sies also have the turn-over mit­tens for the early days, to stop bubs scratch­ing her­self.

Cardi­gans

Open-front cardi­gans are the best op­tion for warm lay­ers, as you avoid hav­ing to pull items over bub’s head.

SU­PER-FINE MERINO IS A FAN­TAS­TIC FI­BRE FOR YOUR BABY – IT KEEPS THEM COOL WHEN IT’S HOT AND WARM WHEN IT’S COOL AND CAN BE USED YEAR ROUND TO KEEP BABY AT A SAFE REG­U­LATED TEM­PER­A­TURE

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