How to dress for newborn in summer? (Part 2)

In the last part, I shared with you some remarkable point when wearing newborn clothes for summer. And today, I will continue mentioning steps to dress for newborn in summer. Let’s read and discuss together!

When choosing baby clothes for summer, you should remember that your baby’s safety and health play a role since the heat might lead to overheating and the sun’s rays hitting her skin directly increase her risk for sunburn and skin damage. A balance of coverage and cool clothing keeps her content and safe during summer.

Step 1

Dress for newborn in a base layer of a cotton onesie, which is a T-shirt with snaps that fasten between the legs to hold it in place. Choose light colors to keep your baby cooler if he goes outdoors. The onesie allows you to add layers or take them off as necessary with the onesie still providing coverage.

Step 2

Add a pair of shorts, a skirt or a pair of lightweight pants over the onesie. Choosing a short item to go on bottom allows your newborn’s legs to stay cooler, especially when she goes outdoors. For a girl, a newborn sundress can replace the onesie and bottom combination.

Step 3

Dress for your newborn in additional layers, such as a lightweight sleeper or long sleeved shirt if he is indoors in a cool, air-conditioned room. Feel his hands and feet periodically to ensure they aren’t chilly. Add socks if his feet get cold indoors.

Step 4

Dress for newborn in pajamas that are appropriate for the room’s temperature when she sleeps. Choose a heavier sleeper or swaddle her in a lightweight blanket if the room is cool from air conditioning. Dress her in a lighter sleeper if your home is warm during the summer months.

That’s all I want to share with you when dressing for newborn in summer. Hope that this article is useful for you!

Thanks for reading!

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