13 Best Baby Girls' Pants

List Updated December 2022

Bestselling Baby Girls' Pants in 2022


Simple Joys by Carter's Baby Girls 4-Pack Pant, Pink/Grey, Preemie

Simple Joys by Carter's Baby Girls 4-Pack Pant, Pink/Grey, Preemie
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Four pairs of pants in baby-soft cotton
  • Covered elastic waistbands
  • Ribbed cuffs
  • Trusted Carter's quality, everyday low prices, and hassle-free packaging

2 Styles Daddy’s Baby Boy Girl Camouflage Short Sleeve T-shirt Tops+Green Long Pants Outfit Casual Outfit (12-18 Months, Baby Girl)

2 Styles Daddy’s Baby Boy Girl Camouflage Short Sleeve T-shirt Tops+Green Long Pants Outfit Casual Outfit (12-18 Months, Baby Girl)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022

Simple Joys by Carter's Baby 4-Pack Pant, Gray/Mint, 0-3 Months

Simple Joys by Carter's Baby 4-Pack Pant, Gray/Mint, 0-3 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Four pairs of pants in baby-soft cotton with ribbed cuffs
  • Covered elastic waistbands
  • Trusted Carter's quality, everyday low prices, and hassle-free packaging

Baby Girls Long Sleeve Flowers Hoodie Top and Pants Outfit with Kangaroo Pocket (12-18M/Tag 90, Grey)

Baby Girls Long Sleeve Flowers Hoodie Top and Pants Outfit with Kangaroo Pocket (12-18M/Tag 90, Grey)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 100% Brand New and High Quality
  • Material:cotton blend
  • Cute and Comfortable, playwear / homewear for your little one
  • Elastic waistband pants
  • The blue and white one are smaller,if you need ,please choose one size up.Refer to size details below before you buy

4Pcs Baby Girls Clothes Little Sister Long Sleeve Romper+Striped Long Pants+Hat

4Pcs Baby Girls Clothes Little Sister Long Sleeve Romper+Striped Long Pants+Hat
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

Luvable Friends Baby 3 Pack Tapered Ankle Pants, Pink Stripes, 3-6 Months

Luvable Friends Baby 3 Pack Tapered Ankle Pants, Pink Stripes, 3-6 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Two solid, one print pair
  • Comfortable fabric that moves with baby
  • Elastic waist for quick dressing
  • Tapered ankles

3Pcs Baby Boy Girls Print Long Sleeve Letters Romper+Leaves Pant+Bunny Headband Winter Outfit (3--6Months, White)

3Pcs Baby Boy Girls Print Long Sleeve Letters Romper+Leaves Pant+Bunny Headband Winter Outfit (3--6Months, White)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Skin-friendly cotton blend material.
  • 3Pcs isn't she lovely print bodysuit feather long pant with headband spring autumn winter playsuit.
  • Adorable and Comfortable, playwear / homewear for 0-24months little one.
  • Super cute jumpsuit.Suitable for outdoor activities, baby photograph, or any occasions.
  • Package include:1pc romper +1pc pant+1pc headband.

Lovely Baby Girls Outfit Winter Floral Hoodie with Pocket Flower Long Pants Set Leggings 2pcs (0-3M, Floral)

Lovely Baby Girls Outfit Winter Floral Hoodie with Pocket Flower Long Pants Set Leggings 2pcs (0-3M, Floral)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Cotton Blend Material, Soft and Breathable. Soft and not irritative baby's skin..
  • Flower pattern hoodies with pocket design,cute outfit.
  • Suitable for ages in baby (0-24 Months). Pattern Type: flower printed..
  • Good gift for your baby girl and niece, fashion and high quality.
  • Package includes:1*Hoodie + 1*Leggings.

2Pcs Cute Newborn Baby Girls Pink Leopard Hoodie T-shirt Top + Pants Outfits Set (3-6M, Pink&Leopard)

2Pcs Cute Newborn Baby Girls Pink Leopard Hoodie T-shirt Top + Pants Outfits Set (3-6M, Pink&Leopard)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Skin-friendly:Cotton Blend Material, Soft and Breathable
  • The hat has a bear ear and leopard print edge,make our baby looks like adorable little bear.best gift for your kids in this winter
  • Stylish and fashion design,Pink sweatshirt leopard print design make your baby look cute
  • Great for casual, Daily, party or photoshoot, also a great idea for a baby show gifts
  • Package includes:1pc Top&1pc Pants

Hudson Baby Baby Girls' Cotton Leggings, 3 Pack, Pink/Black, 9-12 Months (12M)

Hudson Baby Baby Girls' Cotton Leggings, 3 Pack, Pink/Black, 9-12 Months (12M)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Super soft cotton blend for comfort and flexibility
  • Full length pants with knotted ankle bows for any season
  • Elastic waist for simplified outfit changes
  • Affordable value pack for mixing and matching with any outfit

Luvable Friends Baby Girls' Leggings, 3 Pack, Light Pink/Black, 9-12 Months (12M)

Luvable Friends Baby Girls' Leggings, 3 Pack, Light Pink/Black, 9-12 Months (12M)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022
  • Super soft cotton blend
  • Comfortable fabric that moves with baby
  • Elastic waist for easy dressing
  • Ankle-length
  • Machine washable

Opperiaya 4 Pcs Newborn Baby Girls Clothes Miracles Letter Romper Outfit Pants Set +Hat+Headband

Opperiaya 4 Pcs Newborn Baby Girls Clothes Miracles Letter Romper Outfit Pants Set +Hat+Headband
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022
  • Material: cotton. it is warm,soft and not irritative baby's skin
  • Pant features elastic waistband and letter printed decoration
  • Clothing Length: Regular. Sleeve Length:Long Sleeve or Short Sleeve. Collar:O- collar.
  • Occasion: baby shower gift , playing, sleeping,casual wearing,photography in Summer Spring Winter
  • Gently hand wash and dry-clean are recommended. Use mild detergent and hang dry, but do not bleach, iron and use hot water.

Baby Girls Romper Knitted Ruffle Long Sleeve Jumpsuit Baby Kids Girl Romper Autumn Winter Casual Clothing (6-12 Months, Gray)

Baby Girls Romper Knitted Ruffle Long Sleeve Jumpsuit Baby Kids Girl Romper Autumn Winter Casual Clothing (6-12 Months, Gray)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022

The Milk and the Meat of God's Word

It's awesome to see a little baby dressed in diapers, and making those cute cooing sounds babies are so popular for, but if the baby gets to be forty and hasn't changed, it's not so special anymore. Find out how you can take off your spiritual diapers.

"And I, brethren, could not speak unto you as unto spiritual, but as unto carnal, even as unto babes in Christ. I have fed you with milk, and not with meat: for hitherto ye were not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able. For ye are yetcarnal: for whereas there is among you envying, and strife, and divisions, are ye not carnal, and walk as men?" (I Corinthians 3:1-3)

"As he saith also in another place, Thou art a priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec. Who in the days of his flesh, when he had offered up prayers and supplications with strong crying and tears unto him that was able to save him from death, and was heard in that he feared; Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; Called of God an high priest after the order of Melchisedec. Of whom we have many things to say, and hard to be uttered, seeing ye are dull of hearing. For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat. For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil." (Hebrews 5:6-14)

We are going to use the latter series of verses here for reference, and then we'll go back and look at the original verse to explain it. Ready? Let's do it.

What are we talking about when we mention the "Milk and Meat" of the Word of God? Well, a lot of Christians think that the milk is referring to easy subjects, like witnessing, the church, and God's unconditional love for us, and the meat is referring to the more pressing questions of Christian Ethics and the sovereignty of God. It actually was in pondering the classical "meaty" question of Christian ethics that I came about with this answer. Almost anyone who has been to a seminary or a Bible college has come across this question: "If you were a German Christian living in Nazi Germany during WWII, and were harboring Jews in your home, would you A) lie to the Nazis, thus sinning but saving the Jews, or B) turn the Jews over, not sinning according to Biblical standards but being indirectly responsible for their death?" The answer to this question lies in the difference between the milk and the meat of the Word.

In the Old Testament, there were hundreds of commandments written over the five books of the Pentateuch in addition to the ten originally given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. These were given by men and not God, but were given after the spirit of the law of God.

When Jesus came to Earth, the first thing He said about any of this is found in Matthew 5:17-20. "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven."

The next thing he says is that you might have heard that you are guilty of adultery if you have sex outside marriage, but now all you have to do is look on a woman with lust in your heart. He said you might have heard it is wrong to kill a man, but now it is wrong simply to hate them, and if you do, you are guilty of murder. He said it would be better for you to cut off parts of your body than sin, because sin would get your entire body cast into Hell.

Here, we have a definite side of Christ that doesn't seem to match the other things he said, but as I've said countless times before, you can't just say "here's one verse, we need to learn all we can from it." If this were true, we should all commit suicide, because the Bible says "Judas went and hanged himself," and it also says "Go ye, and do thou likewise." Scripture can only be viewed in its entirety, or not at all, or else we get some of the accidental heresies that the church preaches today.

So what we're looking at is Christ explaining exactly what he was doing on earth. Christ had come, and, as it says later in the Bible, was likewise tempted in all points, as are we, and thus we are without excuse for our sins. Jesus was proving to mankind that it is completely impossible to follow the ten commandments, or any of the other commandments, for that matter. It was designed that way.

In the Old Testament, some of the most revered individuals were those that broke the ten commandments. Phinehas murdered two people, without God's prior command, and was lauded for it. Rahab lied about where the spies had gone, and is remembered even in the New Testament. In the New Testament, we see Jesus breaking the ten commandments as well... He never honored his earthly parents, calling his mother "woman," disobeying them, and even rebuking them as a child. He broke the Sabbath constantly, and when he was called on the carpet for it, he called the Pharisees - who followed all the commandments to the extreme - serpents, vipers, and asps. Paul was known for not following the dietary laws God had set out in the Levitical texts, and his explanation for why is the one where the argument for the milk and the meat comes from.

So, was Jesus trying to say he had new laws for us to follow? No way. The fact of the matter is that He wanted to show man just the opposite. He completed the Law because there was no way we could live by it the way it was. He said if you didn't murder, that wasn't good enough: you couldn't hate, either. He said you could refrain from adultery and still be responsible for it if you looked on a woman to lust after her. He showed mankind that there was only one Law: Love the Lord with all your heart, soul, and mind, and love your neighbor just as much as you love yourself. By doing this, every single Law could be fulfilled without strict adherence. (Think about that... the first four commandments are fulfilled just by loving God, and the last six are fulfilled just by loving your neighbor)

Man has been known to pick and choose which laws he wants to follow. Why do we have a problem with men growing long hair, using foul language, dancing, and going to movie theaters, but we don't bat an eye at not washing your hands, wearing jewelry and makeup, wearing synthetic fabrics, and braiding our hair? The Bible condemns all of the latter of these specifically, but none of the former!

When Jesus came, being a priest after the order of Melchizedek (the Aaronic priesthood goes back through man, but the Melchizedekian priesthood can be traced directly through God) He took the laws set forth by the Aaronic priesthood and proclaimed them to be the milk of the word, and then, using His authority as a priest directly from God, proclaimed what the meat was.

Let me equate what He meant like this...

When you were a child, your parents had rules, if they were good parents at all. These normally included not running out in the street, making your bed when you woke up, and not taking candy from strangers. This is considered the "milk" of growing up. Of course, there should be good reasons for these rules, or your parents are being abusive of their powers. Some good reasons for the above examples might be:

-Don't run across the street because you could be hit by a car.

-Make your bed so it looks nice, and so you learn to be neat and clean as you grow up.

-Don't take candy from strangers because they might have other things in mind than making you hyper... You could be kidnapped or killed...

This all changes as you grow up. Once you are weaned off the milk of your youth and become an adult, the rules no longer apply. Of course, the spirit of what they were continues to hold. Hopefully, through these rules and regulations, your life has been shaped. As an adult, you cannot help but to cross the street, but at least from your youth you will know to not cross when there are cars coming. You might not always make your bed, but hopefully you learned to take care of your personal space and don't live in a pigsty. It is no longer very dangerous to accept gifts from strangers, but you will be wary of hidden intentions. You are no longer limited to the letter of the law, but you are still bound to its spirit.

So then, we see how, when Christ said the Law could be put together with only the two statements "Love God with all of yourself" and "Love your neighbor more than yourself," that Christ has shown us the Spirit of His Law... No longer should we be expected to act like small children in the confines of our parents' seemingly unfollowable rules. Rather, being "adult" Christians, we should understand why the rules were set in place, that being so we could be trained to know what is right and what is wrong and how to discern the difference between the two.

Many people would say that God's laws are immutable, but that is not how God defined them at all. There is a stage at which we need to follow every rule presented in the Bible, because we don't know how to handle life otherwise.

Let's look again as the first series of verses in order to illustrate this point fully.

"And I, brethren, could not speak unto you as unto spiritual, but as unto carnal, even as unto babes in Christ. I have fed you with milk, and not with meat: for hitherto ye were not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able. For ye are yet carnal: for whereas there is among you envying, and strife, and divisions, are ye not carnal, and walk as men?" (I Corinthians 3:1-3)

Now, why does Paul say what he says here? He has just spent most of the book telling the Corinthian church how everything he had taught them so far had been "milky," because they weren't ready for the truth. Well, for the past 6,000 years, all they had learned were the "Do's and Don't's" of God. Things would have to change. For the longest time, Jews and Christians had been under the protective hand of their God, but a baby can only stay in diapers for so long. Eventually, they will have to pull the bottle out of their mouths and move out on their own. We are still God's children, and we are still much loved of Him and protected by Him, but just as with human children, God is desirous of us that we take what we have learned through the tutelage of His Law and move into adulthood. Still, we should bear in mind Proverbs 22:6 - "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." God's Law has trained the baby Christian, but the time comes for the Christian to take what he has learned and, without departing from it, apply it to his or her life. I am reminded of the verse in Ecclesiastes: "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven."

To take it back to the aforementioned "Ultimate Question of Christian Ethics..." My answer? Not only would I lie to the Nazis, but if they came in my house, I would do everything in my power to kill them in order to preserve the lives of the innocent Jews.

Many Christians will probably say "How can you justify that?" My answer to that one is that I'm not sure, but it doesn't matter. There are tons of examples in Scripture of men and women who went to extremes to do what needed to be done, often not under direct command of God. I've already mentioned Phinehas, who, in order to uphold the line of Abraham, stuck a javelin through one of his own people and the Midianitish harlot he was with at the time. What we need to be concerned with is not "The Bible says not to do this or that..." When you were a child, your parents told you not to cross the street, but now crossing the street is unavoidable. As the Bible says, "When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things." The question is not "What should I try not to do," but rather "What is the right thing to do?" Therefore, we need to be concerned with this: "Based on what I learned from the milk of following the Scriptural commandments, what is the right thing to do in this situation? If I really love God, and I really love my neighbor, what is best for me to do?"

Too often, preachers will put down certain sins, such as drinking or going to movies, and will renounce certain "major" sins, such as premarital sex or homosexuality. The truth of the matter is that all sin is equal in nature. "For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all (James 2:10)." After one sin has been committed, the human spirit is no longer worthy to stand before a holy and righteous God. This means that one lie, one time stealing or throwing a rock through someone's window, one time braiding your hair (1 Timothy 2:9 says "In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;") is an instant sentence of Hell.

It is a good thing that Jesus came and died for our sins, isn't it?

For more information, look up these verses on your own and let them speak to you.

Romans 2:25-29, Romans 3:10-12, Romans 3:19-31, Romans 4:1-8, Romans 6:14-15, Romans 7:1-6, Romans 7:7-9, Romans 8:1-4, Matthew 12:1-8, Galatians 2:16-21, Galatians 3:1-5, Galatians 3:9-13, Galatians 3:17-26, Galatians 4:1-7, Galatians 5:13-18, Philippians 3:8-9, Hebrews 7:11-12, Hebrews 9:22

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