You can even keep the keepsake baby dresses your kid wears, like the high-priced ruffled ones that they are given by their grandparents, and give them to your own kid when they will have their first kid. All you need to do is package the things correctly so they keep nicely.
Invest in plastic containers if you are going to keep infant dresses. The best plastic storage containers are the coloured ones that can block the light out. Clear boxes let light in filter in on the clothes and the things can fade.
Purchase moth balls and cedar processors to put in the underside of the plastic storage container the infant clothing will be kept in. The clothes will probably consume some of the smells in the cedar boats or the moth balls, but you happen to be going to need to launder the things before they are worn by another kid so this is not going to be an issue.
One method to overcome the smell absorption in the moth balls would be to put a dryer sheet that is clean inside each ensemble before you wrap them to keep. Before you keep them after the dryer sheet was put in the clothes you should wrap each item of clothes or newspaper.
Fit accessories and the miniature socks that went with the infant clothing so they can be easy to find when you open the carton and put them in the ensemble. You may not wish to be hunting for the fitting things. Wrap the coordinated things in tissue paper or put them. The bite size bags are perfect for hair accessories and small socks, and the sandwich bags work well for most small pairs of shoes and stockings. Recall that tissue paper absorbs wetness wrap everything.