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Infant Boy's Jeans

Baby Boy JeansJeans for infants can be tricky. It's tempting to just pick the cutest pair, but wait... There are two major points to remember when shopping for infant jeans.

First, comfort for your precious baby boy. Some jeans and pants are like miniature adult versions, and babies are not miniature adults. They shrink a pair of adult jeans down and add some elastic on the waist and call them infant jeans. Babies' proportions are totally different from adults. Look for jeans that are shaped like your baby is shaped (plus diaper). I know that sounds basic, it is, but time and time again we buy jeans that look so cute, without really looking at the shape of them. Take a moment to make sure there is a large enough waist, room for a diaper, and wider, shorter legs.

Look for fabrics and denims that are lighter weight, and preferably with some stretch. They should not feel stiff at all, babies are rarely straight, they are squiggly, wriggly, curvy cuties. Stiff jeans can not only be restrictive, they can actually chaff his tender skin.

Second, ease of dressing for you and your little cutie. It's not just frustrating for you if a garment is hard to get on and off, it's frustrating for him too. I don't think that infant clothing has to have snaps and openings everywhere, they just have to have enough give to come on and off easily, and some properly placed openings. Again, the cuteness factor of some jeans can override your common sense. Stop, look and evaluate before you buy.

I can't tell you how many cute pair of jeans I've had for my kids that they never wore, for one or the other of the reasons listed above. Here are some cute boys infant jeans that are reasonably priced. Also see a great selection of Infant Girl's Jeans Shopping.

 

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Infant Boys Jeans



Carhartt Baby Boys Denim Pant, Medium wash, 3M
Washed pant with triple-stitched main seams and double utility pockets

Carter's Baby Boys' Denim Pants 3 Months Blue
Keep your little guy comfortable in these drawstring waist pants from Carter's.

FriBabyfat Toddler Newborn Baby Boys Girls Causal Elastic Waist Destroyed Ripped Jeans Pants (0-6 Months, A)
Elastic waist, holes, jeans. The elastic waistband around this boy's trousers allows you to change your pants quickly.

Kimocat Baby Boys Gentleman Bowtie Plaid Button Shirt Toddlers Denim Pants Outfit Set (Rd, 0-6month(70)) Red
With fashion and cute design, So gentleman,perfect for many occasions:daily Life, wedding, family celebrations, Easter, birthday party and so on. Great gift for your baby.

Wrangler Infant Baby My First Blue Jeans (Medium Blue, 3/6 Months)
Keep your little one comfortable all day long in their very first Wrangler jeans. The combination of cotton rayon and spandex give a great fit allowing for movement for baby and easier dress.

Caterpillar Baby Boys' Carpenter Jean, Denim, 6 Month
The Caterpillar Carpenter Denim Jean is sure to keep your little worker looking sharp on the playground.

Levi's Little Baby Boys' Straight Fit Jeans, Vintage Sky, 3M
Levi's® Boys' 514™ Size Guide Levi's® Boys' 514™ Fit Guide Cradle him in comfort while introducing him to classic style. Straight fit through the thigh with a straight leg. Sits below waist. Five pocket design with signature arcuate stitch at back. Ribbed stretch waistband. Leather brand patch at back waist. Button and hook closure.







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