10 Adorable Christmas Outfits That Make Diaper Changing Easy

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Christmas time is that point in the year where you get to deck the halls and your wardrobe. Whether it’s with ugly sweaters or fair isle prints, holiday wear can bring about all kinds of magical cheer. And where do you even begin with all the adorable baby holiday clothes out there? If you’re a mom, you know that not all clothes are made equally, especially when it comes to diaper access and changing convenience. So here’s a list of adorable Christmas outfits that will make diaper changing easy.

Lots of adorable baby outfits come with layers, pants, or tights, but as a mom, you know that as cute as they are, they’re not always easy to navigate. If you have a squirmy baby with a loaded diaper, it can be a battle to undress and dress during a diaper change. With my babies, I always loved sleep sacks or outfits with snaps so that I could have easy access to check on and change their diapers.

Holiday time should be no different because there are tons of cute, yet practical outfit options out there. So get ready your babies ready to spread some holiday cheer with these adorable and easy to manage Christmas outfits.

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1Carter's Baby 2-Piece Santa Bodysuit & Hat Set


Turn your baby into the cutest little Santa with this Carter's baby 2-piece Santa bodysuit and hat set ($15, Bon-Ton) that comes with a full-sleeve Santa onesie and hat. The snaps on the bottom will make it easy for diaper changes.

2Baby Carter's Holiday I'm On Santa's Nice List Jumpsuit


Has your baby been naughty or nice this year? Let them tell the world with this Baby Carter's holiday "I'm On Santa's Nice List" jumpsuit ($8, Kohl’s). This adorable green jumpsuit will keep your baby comfortable, and the snap bottom will make diaper changing a breeze.

3Plaid Flannel Ruffle Dress


Your little girl will look sophisticated and adorable in this Plaid Flannel Ruffle Dress ($35, Gap) that's perfect for the holidays. It’s made of a soft, brushed cotton, and instead of tights, you can pair it with long socks to keep the diaper changing fuss to a minimum.

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4Baby's Christmas Print Fleece Sleep N' Play


For the colder winter temperatures, your baby will stay warm and cozy in this Baby's Christmas Print Fleece Sleep N' Play ($9, Target). Not only will it keep your baby comfortable, the snaps on the bottom will keep you from panicking during diaper changes.

5Sophie & Rosie Girls' First Christmas Outfit


Get your little girl decked up for her first Christmas with this fanciful Sophie and Rosie Girls' First Christmas Outfit ($20, Etsy). It comes with a onesie, tutu bottom, headband and long socks, making it perfect for easy diaper changes.

6Baby Carter's Holiday Santa's Little Helper Jumpsuit


Babies are happiest when they are comfortable, so this Carter's Holiday "Santa's Little Helper" Jumpsuit ($8, Kohl’s) will keep your baby comfortable and happy during the holiday hoopla, and the easy snap buttons on the bottom will give you easy access to their diaper.

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7Baby's 2-Piece Santa Coverall & Hat Set


Is there anything cuter than a tiny, baby Santa? This Santa Coverall and Hat Set ($10, Target) will keep your baby fully covered and warm, and the adorable Santa design and hat will surely spread some smiles and cheer. The fully snap buttoned bottom should make diaper changing easy peasy too.

8Ralph Lauren Baby Boys' Classic Polo Coverall


This Ralph Lauren Baby Boys' Classic Polo Coverall ($30, Macy’s) is stylish and practical. It’s the perfect Christmas red, will keep your baby comfy, and can be used for a baby boy or girl. But the best part is that it can be worn any time of the year. The snap button front will let you check and change your baby’s diaper easily, too.

9Baby Girls' 2-Piece Dress & Sweater Set


This Dress and Sweater Set ($10, Target) is the cutest thing ever. It comes with a red cardigan and adorable Santa designs on the front, and the snap closure allows for super easy access, so you can change your baby’s diaper in a jiff.

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10Koala Kids 2-Piece Striped Santa Coverall & Hat Set

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Your baby is sure to spread some holiday magic with this Koala Kids 2-Piece Striped Santa Coverall and Hat Set ($16, Babies "R" Us). This striped coverall features a reindeer, Santa, and “Happy Holiday” designs, and comes with an adorable striped hat, too. Perfect to keep any baby boy or girl comfy for the holidays with a snap button closure for easy diaper changes and checks.

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