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Going home outfit Sam's Mummy Due August 23; 1 child; Seattle, Washington 535 posts
29th Jul

I had my first child in the winter, so their outfit to come home in was an easy choice.



What would you bring your baby home in if they are born in the summer? I'm unsure of how many layers...etc.

3 kids; nowhere, ca, United States 46959 posts
29th Jul
Quoting Sam's Mummy:" I had my first child in the winter, so their outfit to come home in was an easy choice. What would you bring your baby home in if they are born in the summer? I'm unsure of how many layers...etc."


my son was born end of june, we just put a onsie and light pair of pants on him, it was all light weight, and had a blanket if the ac in the car was too cold

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
29th Jul

DD wore a onesie and some socks, it was the end of May and 80 degrees.
DS wore zip up jammies, that were long sleeves, but that's only because my mom pushed for it and he was my first baby and I didn't know she was crazy back then :lol: He came home in mid-July.

♥MamaToSilas♥ 1 child; Illinois 9396 posts
29th Jul

DS was born at the end of July and wore a onesie, shorts and socks. Then I put a light blanket over him in the car.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 15823 posts
29th Jul

A romper and socks.

Ah oh spaghetti O 2 kids; ................................., CA, United States 1750 posts
29th Jul

I had a winter baby too first and my second baby was a summer baby and literally all I brought my 2nd baby in was a onesie with "Little Brother" on it and a very light blanket, but he was still sweating really bad by the time we reached home.

TheScientist Due October 7; 2 kids; Crockett, Tx, United States 26879 posts
29th Jul

My son came home in a onesie, socks and hat with a light blanket on top. It was September in Tennessee and so hot

Kass. Due November 30; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Ottawa, Ontario 11312 posts
30th Jul

Very end of June baby and she wore a little eyelit dress and matching bonnet. Didn't even fit her and I took it off her as soon as we got home. If I could have a do-over, I would just do a little bubble or romper of sorts. Easy!

Emma+Abby+Logan+Charlotte 4 kids; Oregon 3626 posts
31st Jul

We just brought our little on home a few weeks ago . She just wore a light sleeper and we put a blanket on her. Unless we're experiencing a heat wave that's all you should need. Ohh I didn't put a hat on her she didn't need it .