It’s often said that babies are never too young to get into the spirit of things with all of the clothing choices available. Your baby maybe isn’t quite old enough to cheer on your favorite team, but that doesn’t mean they can’t look great. No matter whether you’re headed to the stadium or just enjoying a game at home, your little one can look great.
Clothing for Warm Days
Many of the early days during football season are still warm, so lighter choices, with the possibility of a blanket, might be good solutions for NFL baby clothes. Bodysuits are comfortable short-sleeved options that allow for easier diaper changes. If a little more coverage is needed, onesie and short sets are good for keeping little ones’ legs from getting sunburned. Baby girls can look like true fans in cheerleader-style dresses with bloomers.
Great Cold Weather Options
When the weather turns cooler, there are many great options perfect for babies and toddlers that will fight off the worst of the chill. Footed sleepers help provide maximum protection, and many are designed to look like team uniforms for greater team pride. Hoodies and hooded rompers provide that extra bit of comfort that the smallest fans need. Two other options great for the littlest of fans include thermal coveralls and sets that include a romper, pants, and a matching hat.
Extra Items to Bring
When heading out to a game at the stadium or over to a friend’s house to watch the game there, you’ll want to consider some extras that will make things easier. Depending on the temperature, you might want to consider a fleece blanket for warmth or a car seat cover that can help block out the sun. Always remember one or two extra changes of clothes, as well as a couple of lightweight blankets. If your child is starting to stand and walk, a pair of booties or soft shoes can help them avoid direct contact with the floor area or grass.
Comfort always matters most when selecting clothing for a baby’s special outing. Your child will be a lot happier when totally comfortable. Being able to take your child to enjoy games from early on is a good way for them to share in your team spirit.