The present will be accompanied by a layette, so that the child may learn to dress her infant and to change its clothes.
They are born the owners of a layette which becomes the groundwork of their trousseau.
But, monsieur, I says, what about the layette; wheres the little ones layette?
We came here because the mother said she got a layette at madame's studio.
Mrs. Barsaloux, relenting, had sent a layette of French workmanship, and Marna was radiantly happy.
A date was approaching, and there was the layette to be prepared.
The layette and the little bed are in our room all ready for the coining of our treasure.