At What Age Do Babies Stop Wearing Onesies?

Onesies Versus Regular Baby Clothes

When you think of baby clothes, onesies are probably the first set of clothing items that come to mind. They are the most common type of baby clothes, and you can find them in almost every baby collection.

As new parents, you might wonder, "When do we switch from onesies to regular baby clothes like t-shirts, trousers, or dresses?".

The answer to this question depends on several factors, including your personal preference. Your baby definitely won't wear onesies forever.

While onesies can be easily put on a baby while lying on their back, that is not the case when they start walking. Dressing a walking baby in a onesie can be difficult, so parents decide to replace them with more practical pieces of clothing.

If you want, you can keep using them as long as it's comfortable for both you and your baby. 

What Are Baby Onesies?

Onesies are a common type of baby wear typically worn by infants and toddlers. They are made from soft and cuddly fabrics such as cotton, fleece, and polyester. 

Onesies are versatile and come in many cute designs. They could have long or short sleeves or could be totally sleeveless. You can also have zippered onesies, t-shirt onesies, or full-length onesies.

Onesies can be worn over or under pants or leggings. They can also be worn alone in hot weather.

These types of baby clothing are an asset for many parents and babies because they are easy to wear. The snaps which go under the baby's bottom make it easy to change messy diapers. Many onesies also have a wide neckline that lets you get messy clothes off your baby without smearing their face or hair.

Parents choose onesies to keep their baby bellies covered. Some of them want to make sure to keep their baby warm. Onesies fit snugly to the baby's body, so their backs and stomach are not exposed. 

Onesies are an essential part of your baby's wardrobe, and if you'd like, they could also be part of your toddler collection.

How Do I Switch From a Onesie to a Shirt?

It's hard to identify an exact time when a baby can stop wearing onesies. There aren't any particular rules parents can follow either. On average, babies stop wearing onesies at some point between turning one and two years.

Most parents start dressing their babies in regular clothes at that time because certain milestones are achieved in a child's life. Some of them include when the baby starts potty training or walking. Potty training can be challenging enough, and onesies can make the whole experience much more complicated.

There's no magical eureka moment where you finally realize you can ditch your baby's onesies and switch to something like longer t-shirts. 

In reality, your baby can start wearing shirts from the day they are born. Many shirts come in newborn and other baby sizes. You might be able to find some if you look through our Baffle gear.

T-shirts are also easy to wear, and some manufacturers may add buttons to the neckline to make them wider and easier to wear. 

All in all, when to switch from onesies to shirts is a matter of parental preference. A switch may not be necessary in many cases as your baby can wear both concurrently. No baby fashion law says otherwise.

Can Two-Year-Olds Wear Onesies?

Parents often ask, "Can walking babies wear onesies?"

The answer, of course, is yes, they sure can. The real question is, would you want to put a toddler in a onesie?

Many toddlers have trouble being in one place/position for too long. They may be more interested in exploring their surroundings which is not necessarily wrong. However, their non-stop movements could make outfit changes difficult.

Putting a onesie on your toddler may be quite challenging. They're unlikely to stay still long enough for you to close the onesie studs. In addition, onesies for children older than 2 years can be hard to find.

At this age, t-shirts such as the David Bowie - Toddler Raglan T-shirt or the David Bowie - Toddler T-shirt might be easier on everyone.

When Do Babies Stop Wearing Sleepsuits?

Sleepsuits are a longer version of onesies. They usually have long sleeves with covered feet.

Sleepsuits are usually made of cotton or fleece and come in several designs. Despite the name, they are not only used for sleeping. Depending on their design, they can be used for other purposes or as occasional wear. They are also a good fashion choice for your baby during the cold season.

You might think babies stop wearing baby sleepsuits once they start walking, crawling, or potty training, but this isn't always the case. Some babies will often stick with their favorite sleepsuit until they are ready to move on to something new.

There isn't a set duration for your kid to quit donning their favorite sleepwear, so ask around. However, once your baby starts walking, you might want to ditch the sleepsuits during the day. This is, so their feet are free to touch the ground while they walk.

If your baby has a favorite sleep suit, feel free to continue with that outfit at least until around 18 months. This is when most children transition into pajamas.

When Should I Stop Dressing My Baby in a Onesie?

There's no right or wrong answer. One size does not fit all.

If you're wondering whether or not to stop dressing your baby in onesies, here are some things to consider:

• Is your baby comfortable? If your baby isn't comfortable wearing onesies, or if outfit changes are becoming too much of a struggle, it might be time to start packing up the onesies.

• Are you comfortable? This is related to the previous point. Being a parent is a lot of work, especially during the early years. At this point, embracing things/ clothes that make your life easier is important.

Once you find that putting onesies on your baby or taking them off is becoming a daily issue, it might be time to say goodbye to them.

The good news is that as a parent, your fashion choice for your baby is what matters in most cases. So even if all you have to go by are your feelings concerning onesies, you won't be wrong to follow them.

The important thing is to dress your baby in comfortable clothing, dress according to the weather, and make sure the outfit is appropriate for the occasion. 

Get Help Transitioning From Onesies

Like other babies, your baby will certainly not be in onesies forever. There'll come a time when there's a shift to more regular clothing. Still, there's no one proper guideline for when this happens.

If you feel the time is here, you can browse our website for our toddler collection. We have a wide variety of good quality toddler-appropriate clothing or you to choose from. We are also your sure plug for unique toddler t-shirts such as the Notorious Big Brother / toddler crew neck. 

Visit our website today, and you'll be glad you did. 

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