What is bet­ter for dis­charge: an enve­lope or a blan­ket? The answer to this ques­tion depends on the sit­u­a­tion, sea­son and weath­er con­di­tions. To date, the mar­ket offers a fair­ly large num­ber of very dif­fer­ent options, the advan­tages of which are ful­ly revealed in each case. As a rule, each sea­son has its own set of the most suit­able mate­ri­als. So, for sum­mer envelopes, hygro­scop­ic, light and well-ven­ti­lat­ed cot­ton is used, which does not cause irri­ta­tion and oth­er aller­gic reac­tions. Autumn kids will feel more com­fort­able in slight­ly insu­lat­ed sets, where the same cot­ton, cozy flan­nel and pop­u­lar fleece act as the main mate­ri­als. In win­ter, well-insu­lat­ed envelopes made of wind- and mois­ture-resis­tant fab­ric with a lin­ing of holofiber or nat­ur­al sheep wool are rel­e­vant.


  1. What is the best thing to wear in the sum­mer?
  2. The first exit “in the light” for autumn and spring kids
  3. Win­ter fun: which mod­el is suit­able for the cold sea­son?
  4. Design fea­tures of pop­u­lar mod­els

What is the best thing to wear in the summer?

Every moth­er wants her baby to be always the most inim­itable and beau­ti­ful. Even if he was just born and this is his first walk home from the hos­pi­tal. Many par­ents whose chil­dren were born in the sum­mer heat pre­fer not to think much about what exact­ly the new­born will go for his first walk. Of course, you can lim­it your­self to an ordi­nary dia­per and a light blan­ket in a mod­est duvet cov­er … But after all, excit­ed rel­a­tives are already wait­ing in the foy­er of the mater­ni­ty hos­pi­tal, a solemn farewell to the staff of the mater­ni­ty and post­par­tum ward and the first pho­to ses­sion are ahead! It is bet­ter to choose an ele­gant enve­lope or a blan­ket for an extract. If you want your baby to be as com­fort­able and safe as pos­si­ble, it is bet­ter to buy a dis­charge enve­lope for a new­born. Most mod­els are sup­ple­ment­ed with high-qual­i­ty, reli­able latch­es and clasps that will not allow the enve­lope to open even if the child is active. Both the enve­lope itself and its decor are designed in con­so­nant col­ors, which makes it even more ele­gant. How­ev­er, the envelopes also have their minus — a rather mod­est size range. If the baby was born a hero, it will be very dif­fi­cult to choose the right mod­el. In this case, you can buy a blan­ket for dis­charge from the hos­pi­tal. “Packed” in an ele­gant duvet cov­er and com­ple­ment­ed by a lace cor­ner, it will be a wor­thy replace­ment.

Be care­ful! Choose light­weight mod­els for sum­mer dis­charge that will allow the child’s skin to “breathe” and be able to main­tain opti­mal body tem­per­a­ture even in extreme heat! Mod­els will be rel­e­vant not only in the sum­mer months, but also at the very begin­ning of autumn or late spring.

The first exit “in the light” for autumn and spring kids

If your child was born in the off-sea­son, it is best to give pref­er­ence to insu­lat­ed mod­els. But do not over­do it — be guid­ed by the weath­er. An enve­lope or over­alls for an extract in Octo­ber will be just right. Such options are suit­able for Octo­ber, Novem­ber, March and April.

Soft fleece can be used as insu­la­tion, despite the fact that this lin­ing mate­r­i­al is syn­thet­ic, it has a very low ther­mal con­duc­tiv­i­ty and allows you to main­tain a sta­ble tem­per­a­ture inside the enve­lope or over­alls, regard­less of exter­nal fac­tors.

For insu­la­tion between the out­er mois­ture and wind­proof lay­er and the cot­ton lin­ing, syn­thet­ic insu­la­tion such as syn­thet­ic win­ter­iz­er or holofiber can be used. They per­fect­ly retain heat and at the same time prac­ti­cal­ly do not have weight.

As a rule, mod­els of tra­di­tion­al envelopes are sewn with a warm cor­ner that cov­ers the head and face of the child. This design is good in calm weath­er. If the street is frosty and the wind is blow­ing, it is bet­ter to buy a jump­suit for a new­born, which has a cozy deep hood. In addi­tion, over­alls can be used after dis­charge for trips to the clin­ic and dai­ly walks.

Winter fun: which model is suitable for the cold season?

Is your child lucky to be born in the win­ter? Excel­lent! Choose an insu­lat­ed enve­lope or over­alls for dis­charge. The most rel­e­vant option will be insu­lat­ed with nat­ur­al wool. Such mate­r­i­al is wide­ly used in trans­form­ing over­alls designed for every­day use. The warm lin­ing from the inside com­plete­ly cov­ers the entire body of the child, it is also a heater for the hood. Addi­tion­al­ly, the out­er lay­er can be dupli­cat­ed with holofiber, syn­thet­ic win­ter­iz­er and oth­er syn­thet­ic fibers. When choos­ing an enve­lope or over­alls for a win­ter state­ment, spe­cial atten­tion should be paid to fas­ten­ers. It is best if it is a lock that over­laps tight­ly with a valve from the main fab­ric. No less pop­u­lar are mod­els with a dupli­cate Vel­cro fas­ten­er. Warm, cozy and safe win­ter things for the baby are rel­e­vant from the end of Novem­ber to mid-March.

Design features of popular models

We hope that after a fair­ly detailed analy­sis of the advan­tages of a vari­ety of options for dis­charge, it will be eas­i­er for you to nav­i­gate when buy­ing a suit­able mod­el. How­ev­er, we did not talk about the most impor­tant thing — the design fea­tures of each of them:

Blan­kets. Most often, this is exact­ly what we are used to see­ing — a rec­tan­gle or a square. The child will have to be wrapped in it and, in order to fix the result­ing “bag”, use tape or oth­er options. Vel­cro, large but­tons, dec­o­ra­tive strong braid can be the most pop­u­lar. One caveat — if you do not think about fix­ing, the blan­ket can open at any time. There­fore, we advise you to dupli­cate the fas­ten­ers and ties addi­tion­al­ly.

Envelopes. They resem­ble blan­kets, only already fold­ed and fixed. This design min­i­mizes wrin­kles and thick­en­ing, evens out the lin­ing and makes the enve­lope more secure. There are options that ful­ly open up, turn into ordi­nary blan­kets.

Over­alls. The most demo­c­ra­t­ic cloth­ing for chil­dren of any age. Does not con­strain move­ments, does not open, does not let in mois­ture and cold air. Over­alls can be sewn “enve­lope”, that is, with one com­part­ment for the legs, but the arms remain ful­ly mov­able. What is bet­ter for dis­charge — an enve­lope or over­alls? You decide.


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