Why Are There So Many Births in September?

Ever notice a large number of your friends and family members have birthdays in September? Well, you’re not the only one. In fact, September is one of the most popular months for babies, according to the Reader’s Digest.  There are a few possible reasons for this, most likely because September is nine months after the cold, winter season where more love birds are staying in and cozying up to keep warm.

Having a baby is considered to be one of the most transformative parts of a person’s life, but it’s can also be one of the most expensive. According to USA Today, millennial parents can expect to spent over $20,000 on raising a baby in the first two months. With medical, food, and baby room costs adding up, there is no reason to spend a fortune on baby clothes that they’ll grow out of quickly. The good news is you can still save a lot of money without sacrificing style or quality for baby clothes.

While I can’t offer any parenting advice, I CAN help you find affordable, durable baby clothes. Swap.com carries hundreds of beloved baby brands for any nugget.

For the purpose of this particular blog post, I thought it would be fun to highlight four brands you might not expect to carry a line of baby clothes.

  1. Under Armour: For the baby who enjoy a work out (goes jetting off when you look away for 2 seconds).

Shop all Baby Under Armour.

2. Ralph Lauren: For the preppy baby (“No more peas, mother. Just mashed avocado, thank you.”)

Shop all Baby Ralph Lauren here.

3. H&M: For the trendy baby who pretends not to care about what they’re wearing, but really loves bears.

Shop all Baby H&M here.

4. American Apparel: For the indie, hipster baby.

Shop all Baby American Apparel here.

There you have it. Four brands that you’re baby can commit to for life without breaking the bank.

Conor Janda

Conor is a social media specialist at Swap.com. He grew up in Philadelphia and went to college in North Carolina. Feet in Chicago. Eye to the West.

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