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MIKI HOUSE Baby Layettes

The arrival of a baby, although a joyful event, is generally accompanied by various anxieties. Today, Miki House France explains how to prepare your future baby's layette with peace of mind!

The layette, or baby kit, is composed of linens and clothing for the newborn. Generally, they only last for the first few months of your child's life, and beyond this stage, it is the growth that will prompt you to renew their wardrobe for the first time.

The ideal is to start preparing the layette before childbirth and then complete it after the baby is born. Be cautious not to buy too much in advance, as you may end up with a newborn wardrobe that is too small. Additionally, the baby's wardrobe should be suitable for the current season.

The layette contains the essentials to properly prepare for the early days of your child's life. In the suitcase, we recommend putting:

bodies:

In English, it translates to: 'It is the most comfortable and practical outfit for newborns. They snugly envelop the baby's body thanks to a closure typically located at the crotch. For cooler days and seasons, opt for a long-sleeved onesie.

Combinations:
Choose a cocoon-like outfit for your baby's outing, easy to slip on, they are also designed to be soft and comfortable for their utmost delight. Pilot suits, on the other hand, are very practical for daytime outings.

The slippers and a hat:
To protect your baby from the cold from their early days, these essentials are a must to keep your baby warm.

The blankets:

They will help maintain your baby at the right temperature.

The Hadagis:

There are two types of hadagis, both of which are considered underwear and not pajamas. Whether in combination or as a bra, these traditional undergarments can be made from various materials such as morfet, Sea Island cotton, pima cotton, or even organic cotton. Each of these materials ensures the comfort of babies. Available in sizes ranging from 50 to 60 cm (birth to 3 months), they can still be used for a bit longer due to their stretchy fabric. The use of the hadagi is very simple and practical, as different colored laces will allow you to tie the hadagi correctly.


For Baby's Happiness

Miki House advises you to choose clothing that is easy to put on and take off, especially with snaps, and also to plan for spare clothes. With these few tips, we hope to have helped you in preparing your baby's layette.

Our brand is delighted to be able to share with you the early moments of your baby's life through our layette products that blend both softness and comfort.

Our brand is delighted to be able to share with you the early moments of your baby's life through our layette products that blend both softness and comfort.

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