In no particular order . . .
Just who decided that pants for three-month-old children need pockets? What are they supposed to carry around in there? Cellphones? Car keys?
I am really, REALLY beginning to hate snaps. No, not beginning--I DO hate snaps. Changing Cubby requires doing up the snaps on his diaper cover, then the snaps on the onesie, and then, at night, the snaps all the way up his sleeper. By the time I'm done, my patience is gone and my fingers hurt. Really, they hurt from those snaps. HATE.
While hooded sweatshirts for infants are incredibly adorable, the adorableness is significantly reduced when the hood part falls entirely over MY infant's face while he is sleeping. A pretty notable drawback to putting him in overly-large clothing. But he's not newborn or three-month size anymore*, and the 3-6 month sizes are still a little too big. Hence the adorable suffocation factor of large hooded sweatshirts. Just give him a few weeks, and then those sweatshirts will fit perfectly. And then be too small in about three days.
This children's clothing thing is exhausting.
* No, he is NOT three months old yet; he's not even TWO months old yet. My child is a behemoth. And that's why I'm always so damn hungry.