OMG I totally made my own spreadsheet when I was pregnant and was given a ton of hand me downs!
If only I had found this first! We have a fluffy bum in our house so to accommodate his cloth diaper we have to go up a size in his clothes.
The easiest way of getting clothes for kids in different sizes and weights including brands, is possible by having a look to your blog in which charts are prepared according to height and weight. Very useful information is suggested by your post. Thank you so much for doing this. I just ordered some stuff online. I have had her since birth. February 24th, at 5: My son was in size two clothes on his first birthday but has leveled off since then.
He has always been in twice is age clothing and many others I know have had the same experience. Garanimals does have some shrinkage issues also, if I remember correctly. Do you notice new vs. Maybe take something to the store to compare…. Our daughter is in a weird stage right now for fitting, 6 months is too small, 12 months a bit too large, and 9 months is hard to find. Plus we have cloth diapers, which some clothing manufacturers fail to make room for. Appreciate the resource to help us organize and find clothes that fit!
October 27th, at 3: Thanks for all your research. November 15th, at You have no idea how happy I was to find your site! I was wondering the SAME thing! My son is 9 months but still fits in some 6 month pants, mostly is in 9 months but also is in 12 so I am going nuts trying to keep it all organized and separated for when I pack it away.
Thank you, this really helps me a TON! October 14th, at Thank you for this! I always try to buy things on sale, and trying to guesstimate the size is the most challenging part. My girls are petite and do not follow the age range for sizes, but their weights are more accurate to guesstimate for me.
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Get your free printables! Jen 23 February at 1: Pole Crastina 6 May at 9: Erin D 19 April at 7: Ade 5 November at Whenever possible, stick with the brands that use size charts to translate each size into a weight and height range. Translate sizes into ranges like this: Swimwear Almost Always Runs Small. When buying a swimsuit for your child, always buy one or even two sizes up. If your child normally wears clothing labeled 2T, buy a swimsuit labeled 3T.
Sleepwear Usually Runs Small. When buying sleepwear that is designed to be snug-fitting, buy one size up. Boutique Clothing Tends to Run Small. When buying clothing with sophisticated embellishments and stitching, unless a size chart is provided, buy one size up, especially in the infant sizes that have smaller ranges than the toddler sizes.
Keep in mind that boutique designs frequently require special care, such as hand-washing or cold water washing and line drying, and can shrink or be damaged when washed and dried by machine. The overlap between Toddler 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T and Child 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 sizes is a little confusing, particularly because different brands have different criteria for distinguishing between the two size types:
so simple sizing Choosing the right size is important for a comfortable fit. Our easy sizing chart for Carter’s will help you understand the fit of our garments in relation to your child’s weight and height – which means you’ll have peace of mind that you’re purchasing the right size, everytime. Our daughter is in a weird stage right now for fitting, 6 months is too small, 12 months a bit too large, and 9 months is hard to find. Plus we have cloth diapers, which some clothing manufacturers fail to . Size Chart: Height (in.) Weight (lbs.) mo. " up to 13 lbs. mo. " lbs. mo. " lbs.