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As our children grow, so do the types of clothing that we dress them in.
While bodysuits, also commonly called onesies are one of the most common pieces of clothing that we choose to dress our babies in, there comes a time when we all stop wearing them. But when should this actually be?
You may find yourself wondering if your child is too old for bodysuits, or if there is any reason that your toddler should move on to wearing more traditional clothing.
Of course, there isn’t a clear-cut requirement for this, and you are certainly welcome to continue dressing your toddler in bodysuits for as long as you like.
However, the most common age to transition children out of bodysuits is when the child begins potty training. After all, it takes longer and is more difficult for the children to undue the snaps on bodysuits, than to simply pull down their pants and sit on the potty!
Certain Situations May Make Bodysuits Preferable
If your child continues to wear a diaper or Pull-up during the night, you may wish to continue having your child wear bodysuits, especially if they are prone to removing their own diaper. Additionally, special needs children may benefit from wearing bodysuits beyond typical potty training ages.
That being said, having your child continue wearing bodysuits for longer entirely comes down to personal preference. We’ve deliberately increased our own bodysuit offerings to extend to 24 months, as they sure are convenient and comfortable for both parents and children!
What Is Your Preference?
If you’ve been worrying that your child should no longer be wearing bodysuits, stop! There really is no rules when it comes to something like this, and we’ve even considered increasing the size options beyond 24 months due to an increased demand by parents.
For now, if you’re looking to shop for some new clothing for your toddler, we offer a wide range of fashionable t-shirts that your whole family will love.
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