Judging from new mothers amongst my family and friends, if you are knitting baby clothes you need to go modern. Most young people really don't appreciate the intricate lacy designs that used to be knitted for babies, and prefer simple modern styles, with less pattern stitches and more colour, in modern colours rather than pastel pinks, blues, lemons.
I do a lot of baby knitting and find that jackets in modern styles are well received, baby beanies (as opposed to bonnets with ribbons, which seem to be considered old fashioned), and sock style bootees or mary janes, rather than ribboned bootees.
Can't see the point of a knitted bib - perhaps in the US its popular? But here, no. Blankets are nice if the climate is cold, but once again stick to less fancy stitches and more style and colour.
Knitted dresses? no.
June will be warm weather there, won't it? So what about knitting something in cotton or a soft cotton/acrylic mix. There are some lovely soft ones suitable for baby knits. During the summer a new baby only needs a lightweight cardigan to use if the weather cools. But if you want to knit for when the baby is a bit older you have a lot of choice.