Why?

 Please can someone tell me why the retailers, in their infinite wisdom, have decided to no longer make 12-18 month babygrows?? 
Fair enough, the girls are bigger than your average baby, but why did all the shops stop making them?
Surely someone that designs baby clothes should realize that often babies are bigger these days hence the 2 piece sleeveless little number is not going to work for my 7 month olds!
Ok, I’ll get off my soap box for now.
Once again up at 05h30 this morning courtesy of Daniel, bless Etienne for getting up, he is such a good mother 🙂

6 thoughts on “Why?”

  1. Clothing being too small is a common problem with all clothing nowadays because everything comes from China, and a L in China is a S elsewhere.

  2. Oh my! I hadn’t even noticed because we’re still 6-12 months. I guess I’ll be moaning in January…. My gripe is the boys’ section at the shops. Shorts and a T-shirt. There’s a whole two racks to choose from. The girls’ department is another story!

  3. I know! I had already given away all the bigger stuff as my first one was a boy and hed to go and reclaim, so now the girls are wearing blue. Whatever.

  4. I found some babygrows at Mr Price Home (next to somerset Mall) and was lucky, my friend from belgium posted 4 big babygrows (up to 24months) about 2 weeks ago 🙂

  5. Kids sizing drives me crazy. And dont get me started on all the tight clothes for girls!!! My daughter (almost 4) has to wear age 5-6 in some stores because the stupid T shirts are so tight. Why do little girls have to wear tight T shirts?? Her twin brother wears age 3-4.

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