Your baby boy will be portraite ready in this traditional Christening romper. Delicate hand stitched pattern on square collar. Scoop neckline, short sleeves, and button-up closure. Matching bonnet with bowtie. Made with 100% cotton.
Beautiful two-piece heirloom Christening outfit / Jon Jon Suit. The 3, 6 and 9 month size shirts have tiny open work embroidery and tiny ric rac accented collar. The 12, 18 and 24 month sizes have tiny pin tucks and scalloped embroidery on shirt and open work embroidery and tiny straight trim on the collar. Shortall buttons over the shirt at shoulder and has side tabs. Shorts have snaps between the legs for convenience in diapering. 65% poly/35% cotton batiste. Machine wash. Heirloom Preservation Bag recommended for long term storage. by Feltman Brothers. SIZING (note: the brand is different from the sizing charts shown for our store): 3 month (up to 13 lbs), 6 month (10-15 lbs), 9 month (12-17 lbs)
You can't go wrong with this darling short knit romper...it's simple, masculine, and perfect for any warm-weather christening, baptism or blessing occasion.
Christening outfit for boys.Baby clothing sizes are usually based on age: preemie, 0 to 3 months (newborn), 3 to 6 months, 6 to 9 months, 9 to 12 months, 12 months, 18 months, and 24 months. But one manufacturer's 6 to 9 months may be quite different from anothers because there are no standard sizes in the industry. Every brand of baby clothing has its own size specifications. Try this general rule: "Double your baby's age," said Vivian G. Reisman, president of Baby Steps, a children's clothing manufacturer based in Closter, N.J. For example, if you're buying for a 3-month-old, buy a 6-month-old size; if you're shopping for a 6-month-old, buy a 12-month-old size, and so on. Even though that doubled size may seem a little big at first, your baby will grow into the clothing quickly and you'll have leeway for shrinkage. You don't always have to double the size, though. It depends on the manufacturer, so experiment. The age-doubling formula ends at about 2 anyway, Reisman said. Then, buy one to two sizes up, depending on your child's size. For example, an average-sized 2-year-old (a toddler in the 50th percentile for height and weight) can probably wear a size 3. But a large 2-year-old (say, in the 95th percentile) might wear a size 4, she said.