Baby clothing sales have been on the rise for several years.
But a new report suggests that’s not necessarily good news for parents.
A report from Consumer Reports, the nonprofit research organization, shows that babies, and especially babies who are just under a year old, are buying the most popular baby clothes.
The report shows that infants between the ages of 2 and 5 were the biggest purchasers of baby clothing in 2017.
The average age of purchase for babies is about 3.4 months.
The most popular item for baby clothing purchase was a “newborn boot.”
The most common price was $69.99 for a baby boot.
A number of items are also making a comeback for parents, including baby-sized diapers, diaper covers, wipes and more.
Baby items, especially diapers, are gaining popularity for many reasons.
But some of the trends are also linked to other changes in the economy.
A baby’s first three years are often the most stressful for parents: they may have to deal with a baby’s socialization, learn how to cook, and deal with changing diapers.
So when they look for baby clothes, parents are not just buying a new pair of diapers but also finding out what their babies like and need.
The trend of baby shopping is expected to continue.
According to a new study from Nielsen, the number of U.S. households with a newborn is projected to grow from 12.2 million in 2017 to 18.6 million in 2020.
The study also predicts that the number in the U.K. will rise from 2.7 million to 2.8 million in 2021.
While baby shopping might seem like a good thing, it also comes with some drawbacks.
The trend of buying baby clothes is not a new phenomenon, and baby shopping trends have been around for a while.
The new report shows baby shopping isn’t just about getting the perfect pair of diaper covers.
It also comes at a time when baby clothing prices are rising.
And many baby clothing retailers, including J. Crew, are going through tough times.