March 21, 2008, Newsletter Issue #109: Baby Boy Clothing

Tip of the Week

Don't limit yourself to pink or blue! Buying things for your new baby is a time filled with anticipation. Due to modern technology, expectant parents are now more prepared when buying specific baby items because sonograms predict the probable sex of their baby. However, if you or the baby chooses to not share this information, a large assortment of unisex baby clothing exists. When buying clothing that can serve as either baby boy clothing or baby girl clothing, don't think pastel pink and blue. Instead, opt for green, yellow, or orange, which are all great unisex colors.

Most newborns look boyish due to the baldhead and non-descript features. Baby clothes often help to tell the world whether your newborn is a boy or girl. In today's fashions, the line between the sexes has diminished with easy to find, fun outfits, in a variety of colors, for both genders. Select baby clothing based on your personal preferences and remember that your baby is more concerned with the comfort of the fabric, than the fashion.

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