Baby/Toddler Clothing Sizes by Height/Weight

I am almost jumping up and down with excitement to share this with you.  I hated playing the guessing game when it came to finding clothes that fit my little girl.  When one size would fit in one brand and she would wear a completely different size in another brand.  Now that I’m going through the same thing with my little boy going I thought that there has to be a better way!

I started saving the clothing tags from clothes that show the recommended height and weight for that particular size.  Once I had a good supply I started making a spreadsheet for myself and eventually I drove to a few different stores to catch the details on the sizes I didn’t have.  I’ve shared this frustration and solution with friends of mine and they were excited to have this handy guide so I thought that you, my readers, might as well.

Now I’m here to show you what I’ve came up with!  I hope you like it!!

Baby Clothing Sizes Cheat Sheet

You can print it if you’d like or save it to an online storage location for easy access while you’re out shopping.

If anyone has any other brands they would like for me to include please let me know and share the clothing sizes that you are aware of.  I would like to add Ralph Lauren and J. Crew’s Crew Cuts soon.

If you found this helpful please pin it so others can enjoy it as well!

About Ashley

Ashley is very happily married and the mother to a beautiful little girl and handsome little boy. She is the main voice behind Embracing Homemaking.


  1. Robin Rue says

    Oh man! Where was this when my boys were little. It would have been a lifesaver!!!

  2. What a great guide for new moms, grandmas, family members, and friends so they can buy with confidence. Thank you for sharing.

  3. This is EXTREMELY helpful! I too hate playing the guessing game when I’m at the store, this will be a lifesaver!

  4. Very helpful. I wish all clothing manufacturers would just standardize. Did you know that a women’s size 0 today was the same as a size 8 in 1978?!!

  5. WOW did that take you forever!? It’s amazing the range each brand has – and it’s true – very frustrating to not be able to buy ONE size from all brands

  6. This is oh-so helpful! The size guessing game is no fun.

  7. This is really handy. It’s funny how differently things can fit. It’s also crazy how fast they grow!

  8. I will now bow before you for all eternity. Seriously. This is awesome.

  9. Mama to 5 Blessings says

    Great chart, I do think that it can be off a bit, some children are different for instance my 9 year old wears 10-12 clothing and sometimes 14-16!

  10. What an awesome tool to have on hand when shopping. I always get frustrated and just guess when buying baby clothes for friends.

  11. Virginia @thatbaldchick says

    Great chart! My 1yo is in 24M to 2T for most of them.

  12. I wish I had this chart when my kids were little! It’s so frustrating how the sizes are different between brands.

  13. Interesting chart and idea! The differences continue when they’re older too! My son is in some M, some L and some XL.

  14. Shauna Torres says

    Oh my goodness, this is just awesome… I had such a hard time fitting my little ones at different stores, this would have made life so much easier.

  15. OurOrdinaryLife® says

    This is a great table!!! My 2 year old is a small fry!

  16. Ann Bacciaglia says

    This is fantastic. Thank you for all your hard work and sharing it!

  17. Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says

    This is going to help a bazillion people! You rock for compiling it.

  18. My kids were cloth diaper babies so sizes were always way off. They were big chunks too so that didn’t help. lol

  19. A Dash of Sanity says

    These charts never worked for my kids! So this is the best post, love it!

  20. Emily_faliLV says

    I should send this to my MIL. She always sends the wrong size!! 🙂

  21. Tammi Roy says

    Genius, where was this cheat sheet when my twins were little and I was playing the guessing game all the time? love this!

  22. Debi@The Spring Mount 6 Pack says

    This would have been a life saver when my kids were little. Now I can use it for gifts.

  23. That’s great! I should create a Canadian version!!

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