Even though our sizes are based on age, it's important to measure your child as it's possible to have an older child that still needs a smaller size, or a younger child that needs to size up. For example, a baby that is 10 months may be wearing size 12-18 months by their measurements. If your child's meausurements fall into two different sizes between weight and length (i.e. 16 lbs and 28") then it's better to go up a size to ensure a better fit.
|0 - 3 months||7 - 12 lbs||18 - 23 in|
|3 - 6 months||12 - 17 lbs||23 - 27 in|
|6 - 12 months||17 - 22 lbs||27 - 29 in|
|12 - 18 months||22 - 27 lbs||29 - 31 in|