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    Default Newborn pjs

    I hope no one thinks this is a silly question, but do/did you change your newborn into 'pajamas' for bedtime and then put them into 'day' clothes in the morning? Or do you just leave them in the same clothes* and change them when they've got them when they've got them dirty (within reason regarding the time you leave them in the same clothes)?

    *I say clothes, but I'm picturing onesies/romper suits or whatever you like to call them.

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    I change mine around 7pm when I am helping the others and then into day clothes with the first nappy change in the morning.

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    I never bothered with night/day clothes - she would spit up so often that I generally changed her 3/4 times a day! Still do that somedays at 11 weeks. I just put her in whatever seems comfortable. If she hadn't spit up through the night I would just leave her the same clothes until she did though, or if miraculously she lasted through the day then yep she stayed in the same thing for 24 hours from bath to bath.

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    For the first 10-12 weeks I didn't change bub into pjs as such. It seemed like a waste of time & like pp's there were times I was changing her a few times a day anyway.

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    Default Newborn pjs

    I change him into a wondersuit (terry cloth type) after his nighttime bath at about 7pm and then into day clothes with the first nappy change in the morning, assuming I have time before school drop off.
    DS was 7 weeks yesterday and his day clothes mostly consist of nicer jumpsuits with the occasional little overalls and short sleeve bodysuit on a dressier day

    I mostly change him just because that's what the other kids do at that time so he'll be in the same routine as them.. I have 3 other children so routine is important at our place

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    I don't see a difference between day/night clothes for a newborn.
    They're usually dressed in all-in-ones - either Bonds, Wondersuits, etc etc.
    Obviously there's "nicer" ones for daytime, but they're all the same really..

    I think around 3-4 months he started wearing little pj's and a sleeping bag.

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    I never did. DD lives in 'rompers' or 'onesies' from bath to bath unless we're going somewhere special and I want to dress her up, or she spews on herself!

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    I change 5 month old DD into bed clothes after her bath in the evening. She now has pjamas but previously she would wear a bonds suit. Sometimes if we are in a hurry I will just leave it on in the daytime

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    I always did

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    Default Newborn pjs

    Once we developed a bed time routine I changed him into pyjamas (wondersuit) but I wouldn't change him the next day til he had spewed/pood/dribbled.


 

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