Buy a baby bomber hat
- Brand Name: Swokii
- Item Type: Bomber Hats
- Model Number: 23351
- Material: Polyester, Fiber + Berber Fleece
- Department Name: Children
- Gender: Unisex (buy a baby bomber hat)
- Pattern Type: Solid
- Color: Black, Brown
- Head Circumference: About 52cm
- Size: One size fits for Baby from 2 to 7 years (adjustable)
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One rule of thumb to keep in mind: Once your baby becomes a toddler, her inner thermostat should be in working condition. That means if you’re comfy in a T-shirt, your little one should be too; if you’re chilly in a sweatshirt, it’s time to add an extra layer for both of you. (buy a baby bomber hat)
How to dress a toddler for the cold
Toddler winter wear should both keep your little one cozy and allow for movement.
Lay on light layers. The layers underneath your toddler’s outerwear trap in warmth. Opt for all-cotton shirts, which will feel best against your child’s still-sensitive skin. Steer clear of bulky sweaters, which will make her too hot and prevent her from moving around easily. Make sure socks aren’t so thick that your toddler’s snow boots don’t fit comfortably over them.
Find a snowsuit that suits your toddler to a T. Choose a wind- and water-resistant outer shell — nylon is ideal — and a chill-chasing material on the inside, such as down or Polartec. The zipper should run all the way down to the knee or ankle to make taking it off easier — especially when it’s time for a diaper change or potty break. And check that cuffs fit tightly around ankles and wrists to prevent the cold (or snow) from creeping in. Elastic works, but Velcro tabs that let you adjust for a not-too-loose, not-too-tight fit are even better. (buy a baby bomber hat)
If you’ve ever tried to put a glove on a toddler’s hand so every finger’s in the right place, you know it’s about as easy as putting a diaper on a goldfish. Stick with mittens, which are easier to slip on and are warmer because they keep fingers (and the heat they produce) close together. As with snowsuits, mittens should have a warm inner lining and a weather-resistant shell. And if the mitts don’t come with short strings attached, consider purchasing clips to attach them to the sleeves of your toddler’s snowsuit. (buy a baby bomber hat)
A warm hat is tops. A huge percentage of body heat is lost through the head, so a hat is a vital item in a tot’s winter-weather wardrobe. (This is especially true if your sweetie has yet to sprout a full head of hair.) Even if her snowsuit has a hood, a close-fitting hat is a better head-heating bet (you can always pull the hood over the hat). A cotton or soft-wool knitted cap with ear flaps is best, and even better if it fastens under the chin.
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