One key element of the planning of course is to collect whatever newborn baby clothes will be needed for the first few weeks. And what about such things as getting the right colors - does that matter? Whether the baby is your first one or you have had previous children or even in the less common case where you are adopting a child or simply providing urgent advice to an expectant Mom who is searching for help, pre-planning is very important. Knowing the gender of the baby will help you decide what baby clothes to pack, but if you don't know, go with neutral colors until the newborn actually arrives.
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There is no definitive number of clothes you need for your new baby whether they are newborn baby boy clothes or baby girl clothes. Experienced moms would suggest that practical, easily laundered baby clothes make life a lot simpler in the first few weeks. Baby clothes that are easy to put on and make diaper changing easier are good.
- Make sure you have at least 5-10 onesies, either plain ones for use underneath pants and tops or the fancier ones as outerwear when its warmer.
- Use baby one piece sleeper suits in the first few weeks during the day - you'll need 5-10 of these.
- Baby gowns: 4 or 5 because they are invaluable when you're up in the night dealing with diaper changes. I would have made great use of these gowns when I had newborn babies.
- Bibs: 5-10, obviously to cater for the goo that newborn babies make even before they start on solid food.
- Burp cloths: lots and lots of these so that your clothes are protected and you're not constantly changing yourself as well as baby.
- 5 pairs of socks - little feet get cold even in a warm climate.
- 2 hats - it depends on the time of year your baby is born and the climate you live in as to type of hat i.e. knitted hat or sun hat.
- Keep baby warm with one baby coat, choosing the one you want that matches the season and the weather in your part of the world.
- Hooded towels: 2-3. One will keep baby snug and warm after a bath.
- Cotton mittens: 2 pairs at least, so that your new bundle of joy has less opportunity to scratch him or her self.