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Whether you are giving a gift of baby clothes for someone or purchasing them for your own little bundle of joy, making sure you get enough of the right sizes is always a challenge. Not all babies come in the same shape and size, so you can never assume that the age on the tag is going to match the baby you're buying for. That's why we created this baby and toddler clothing size chart. You can make sure you have the right clothes for your child based on their actual size.

clothing sizing chart for babies and toddlers

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