What should be in the dis­charge enve­lope so that the baby is cozy and com­fort­able, the pho­tos of this event are tru­ly fes­tive, and the first walks with mom are com­fort­able. Almost all young par­ents ask this ques­tion in one way or anoth­er. Many peo­ple pre­fer to buy the things the baby needs in advance, care­ful­ly study­ing the range of stores. How­ev­er, some par­ents leave acqui­si­tions for lat­er. In both cas­es, it would be use­ful to find out exact­ly how to choose high-qual­i­ty first clothes for a baby, what to look for when buy­ing, and how to sup­ple­ment the store offer so that the enve­lope lasts longer.


    1. The sea­son mat­ters
    2. Choose com­plete­ness
    3. What to wear under the enve­lope?
    4. Qual­i­ty is above all

The season matters

New­born clothes are sub­ject to spe­cial, strict require­ments. The lit­tle man will not be able to explain that the seam is rub­bing some­where, the lin­ing has slipped or the clasp is press­ing. More­over, it will be dif­fi­cult to under­stand whether he is cold or hot. There­fore, all state­ment envelopes have a fair­ly clear divi­sion by sea­son:

    1. There are light, ele­gant mod­els made of pure cot­ton. They are very soft, dec­o­rat­ed with open­work lace, can have sev­er­al options for func­tion­al fas­ten­ers and unfold into a small light blan­ket with a dec­o­ra­tive cor­ner. These are sum­mer envelopes. Cot­ton is hygro­scop­ic and allows the body to “breathe”. In such envelopes, the baby will not be hot even in the warmest weath­er.
    2. There are more dense mod­els, insu­lat­ed with soft fleece or fine wool, quilt­ed with a lay­er of holofiber and eas­i­ly trans­formed into semi-over­alls. These are spring/autumn options. Their advan­tage is that even in wet and windy weath­er the baby will be cozy and com­fort­able.
    3. Anoth­er type of mod­els is win­ter envelopes for state­ment. These are things well insu­lat­ed with fur and wool with a wind­proof top lay­er on a strong fas­ten­er with a hood and sev­er­al trans­for­ma­tion options.

Choose completeness

What is includ­ed in the check­out enve­lope? Dif­fer­ent man­u­fac­tur­ers offer dif­fer­ent solu­tions. It can only be an enve­lope, with­out addi­tion­al “options”. Every­thing you need — cot­ton and flan­nel dia­pers, under­shirts, socks, bon­nets and hats in this case will have to be pur­chased sep­a­rate­ly. You can save time and mon­ey by opt­ing for pre-pack­aged pack­ages. As a rule, such a kit can include from four to six dif­fer­ent items:

    • A fes­tive­ly dec­o­rat­ed duvet cov­er made of embroi­dered cal­i­co. He sim­ply puts on a warm (win­ter) or light (sum­mer) blan­ket.
    • Dec­o­ra­tive cor­ner — cot­ton, soft dia­per with a beau­ti­ful­ly designed cor­ner that cov­ers the head and face of the baby. The ele­gant part can be dec­o­rat­ed with lace or a soft “veil”.
    • A light cot­ton under­shirt or a pair of cot­ton and flan­nel under­shirts. In this case, you do not have to think about what to wear under the enve­lope for the state­ment.
    • A cot­ton or flan­nel cap is a cap for a baby with exter­nal flat seams. As an addi­tion for cold weath­er, you can con­sid­er the option of fine wool or fleece.
    • For girls, they often choose sets that include a scarf. This is a good option for hot sum­mer weath­er.
    • A use­ful addi­tion will be soft mit­tens that will pro­tect the baby’s hands and pre­vent him from acci­den­tal­ly scratch­ing him­self.

What to wear under the envelope?

Old­er moth­ers remem­ber that pedi­a­tri­cians strong­ly advised swad­dling chil­dren up to a cer­tain age, there­fore, dia­pers were most­ly in use. More “adult” clothes were bought when the baby began to sit down, made attempts to crawl. Now there are no such restric­tions. From birth, chil­dren are dressed in ele­gant rompers, blous­es, body­suits, suits and even dress­es. Man­u­fac­tur­ers offer a wide selec­tion of insu­lat­ed and light­weight items. In what to dress your child for dis­charge — every­one decides for him­self. How­ev­er, it is worth remem­ber­ing that an extract is a slow process. Prepa­ra­tion of doc­u­ments, cer­e­mo­ni­al farewell, pho­to shoot… All this time, a small per­son should feel as com­fort­able as pos­si­ble. There­fore, you should not choose things with folds, fas­ten­ers and addi­tion­al seams for an enve­lope.

Quality is above all

Before pay­ing for the mod­el you like, make sure that it is of high qual­i­ty. All seams must be over­laid, made using spe­cial tech­nol­o­gy. A set of things that are worn under the enve­lope should be made of nat­ur­al mate­ri­als. The enve­lope itself for extract should not be with creas­es and extra folds, all dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments are firm­ly sewn to the out­side of the prod­uct. The lin­ing should not stray inside; when unfold­ed in a qual­i­ty prod­uct, it ful­ly cor­re­sponds to the inter­nal size of the enve­lope. Also check the qual­i­ty of the fix­ing ele­ments and fas­ten­ers.


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