Earlybirds premium range of premature baby clothing is designed for babies in NICU, Special Care and for going home. Earlybirds garments are produced for the happiness of little babies at all stages throughout their growth cycle. We know our garments will give you great pleasure and make dressing your newborn a truly special experience. Earlybirds - celebrating babies since 2002.
Earlybirds was established in November 2002, following the birth of founder Lynda Day's son who was ten weeks premature, weighing 1.2 kgs/3 pounds. Lynda experienced enormous difficulty finding clothes to fit her baby during his first few months. To alleviate this problem for other parents and carers, Lynda decided to develop a range of clothing specifically for premature and small babies.
Research and Development
After 12 months research involving Paediatricians, NICU specialists and parents, Earlybirds' Sunnydays collection was born. As premature babies' needs are different, great care has been taken in selecting designs and materials to ensure maximum comfort and ease of dressing. The highest quality natural and organic cotton have been sourced and tested thoroughly. Earlybirds has received accreditation from the INPAA (Infant Nursery Products Association of Australia) and is working in partnership with SIDS and Kids to promote Safe Sleeping Guidelines
Our range of Premature Baby Clothes
The range includes three collections, Sunnydays made from natural cotton and Organics made from certified organic cotton, and Bigger Birds designed to cater for the needs of the growing early bird.
There are sizing options to accommodate just about everyone, allowing your baby to get clothes that fit every single time. It should be much simpler for your baby to look good and have functional outfits that can suit their care needs as well. At Earlybirds, we are focused on providing the best premature baby clothes and accessories for all different ages and sizes of premature babies. Our garments offer your baby comfort, warmth, and the functionality that their caregivers need in one piece.