Choosing clothes for babies is something that can be a lot of fun. These are 'little people' that look just like you except they are half the size and much cuter. You won't be able to dress them up for long, so take advantage of being able to choose their clothes while they're young and relish the opportunity to play dress up with something that looks so adorable.
However at the same time sometimes choosing clothes for your baby boy or girl can be somewhat difficult. There are challenges here to be sure, and most of us are concerned at the idea of getting it wrong. For instance, we need to ensure that baby clothes are comfortable and relaxing. If they are not then our children are going to be unhappy a lot more of the time and will spend their days screaming even more than usual. Choose very soft clothes then and use a very good fabric softener to ensure that they area really plush and gentle.
Another potential problem for baby clothes is allergies. Babies have very sensitive skin and for this reason they are prone to getting rashes and eczema from clothes, products and just the environment they are in. Inspect carefully for any rashes and try changing their clothes if you spot any. Be sure as well that your washing products are suitable for baby skin.
Meanwhile we also need to think about whether the clothes fit or not. This is part of the comfort factor, but also a practical concern. If you are in doubt though, it always makes sense to buy clothes that are slightly too large for the children rather than being slightly too small. The obvious reason for this is that over time your children will grow and this is something every parent knows well. Babies can go through their clothes at a rate of knots, so you need to make sure that your clothes compensate for this.
You also need to think about the look of your clothing though, and this is the fun part/the part that will make you want to show your baby off to the world. Choose something that you think looks cute, but try not to make it too ridiculous. At the same time if your child is starting to get older think about what they will appreciate - is there a particular TV character or story they are fond of? And would they yet appreciate some clothing that had one of those characters on it?
Vibrant and primary colors are eternally in fashion in the world of babies and these will also help to stimulate the children who respond better to vivid images. You should also note that this can sometimes be useful from a safety perspective - allowing you to more easily keep watch over your children out of the corner of your eye (rather than having them camouflaged). Finally if you want to you can use this as an opportunity to denote their gender. Many parents will help strangers to recognize which gender their child is by choosing baby boy blue or pink to make it more obvious.