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Baby boy coming home outfits

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Is it time to start thinking about your baby's coming home outfit? How exciting!

If you know you're having a little boy, it's natural to start looking at boy clothes specifically but don't feel like you have to! There are so many gorgeous unisex options nowadays or even if you fancy a stereotypically 'girly' outfit, go for it! As far as we're concerned here at M&B HQ, as long as you love it, that's all that matters. 

Typically, new parents quite often go for babygrows and rompers as these are easy to get your baby in and out of, especially when it comes to all those nappy changes. However, lots of baby clothes now have clever features like extra poppers or zips that make changing your newborn quick and easy so don't feel limited by all-in-ones although we would recommend you consider how much effort will be involved with dressing your baby in a particular outfit.

Without further ado, prepare for some serious cuteness ahead... 

Perfect for little brothers, this sleepsuit has appliqué dino details and 3D toes. Made from pure cotton that is comfortable to wear and stays soft after repeated washing and tumble drying, it has integral scratch mitts and the feet are designed with lined inners for comfort. Nickel-free poppers ensure no irritation to delicate skin.

Made from pure organic cotton, the dungarees of this set feature button-secured straps, poppers through the crotch for easy dressing and a small patch pocket on the front. The top does up with easy poppers on the shoulder. 

Great if you're expecting a summer baby, there are three rompers to choose from in this set from Next, although this safari one is our favourite. Made from 100 per cent cotton, they have printed back neck labels for softness against your baby's neck.

We absolutely love that all proceeds from the sale of this Rainbow Embroidered Baby Sleepsuit will be donated to Manchester Foundation Trust Charity, their work supports continuing excellence in treatment, research and care throughout its family of hospitals across central Manchester and Trafford, including Royal Manchester Children's Hospital and Saint Mary's Hospital for women and babies. 

Featuring adorable rainbow embroidery and crafted from the softest cotton, this sleepsuit would also make a lovely choice for any rainbow babies.

Keep it simple with this sleepsuit from Mini Cuddles which is made from pure combed cotton that's comfy against your baby's sensitive skin. It's easy to get on thanks to the high quality snap buttons down the front and is decorated with an adorable 'Mummy loves me' applique.

One for any disney lovers out there, this Mickey Mouse set combines a short-sleeved bodysuit, a pair of shorts and hat in soft, printed cotton jersey. The bodysuit has lapped shoulders and press-studs at the crotch while the shorts have gathered seams around the legs for a more comfortable and snug fit around the nappy.

This all-in-one suit is sure to have your little one reaching for the stars. The easy zip fastening has a guard on it, so you can quickly pop it on your little one and keep the zip safely out of reach of curious fingers. And thanks to the cosy enclosed feet, it'll keep your baby's feet nice and toasty whilst you're out and about.

Inspired by the National Trust's 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ activities, this romper celebrates the wildlife that lives along the many miles of coastline in the charity's care. This all-in-one has clever rib cuffs on the sleeves and legs that can be unfolded to add more length, which allows it to grow with your little one. How amazing is that? Every purchase from this National Trust range supports their important conservation work, looking after nature, beauty and history for everyone, forever.

Ribbed Front Opening Sleepsuit 2 Pack



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Made from 67 per cent bamboo and the softest material to gently soothe your baby and keep them feeling cosy, these Ribbed Front Opening Sleepsuits are perfect to help little ones have a better night's sleep - and who doesn't want that!?

  • Author: Emily Thorpe Emily Thorpe
  • Job Title: Digital Writer

Having written for Mother&Baby magazine for four years where she wrote news, product pages, features and interviewed celebrities such as Paloma Faith and Fearne Cotton, Emily now works as Digital Writer for Mother&Baby online where she specialises in travel and product reviews. 


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