If you have any of the tagless clothing from their fall line last year, though, you may want to keep an eye out for this (note: per the article, this does not apply to their current lines). From Forbes:
"The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and children's-clothes maker Carters Inc. said Friday that some of its clothes with "tagless" labels have given children and infants a rash.Read the full article here: Carter's says tagless clothes could cause rash.
The tagless clothes are part of Carter's fall 2007 product line that uses a label on the inside back of the garment that has a raised surface and solid, rather than stenciled, background.
A small percentage of babies and infants have developed rashes on the upper back after wearing the clothing, the company and the government agency said."