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How To Keep Your Baby Warm In The Winter

Updated on September 4, 2015

During winter, babies need special attention and care. Keeping them warm all the time without loading their small bodies with tones of clothes is the prime concern of every parent. Because of their small anatomical structures, you cannot dress them in heavy clothing. Hence, it is very important to go for soft, warm winter wears which are equally very comfortable and easy to carry.

This article throws light on some of the most effective ways to keep your newborn baby warm in the winter months. Let’s see what these different ways are…..

  • Sleep Sacks

Make sure you purchase sleep sacks for your baby. These are blankets with zippers. They are usually made of cotton or fleece. Cover your baby in these sleep sacks which keep them warm without suffocating them like other blankets. Make your toddler wear these comfortable and cozy sacks which are the best way to ensure a healthy and comfortable sleep on a cold night. You also need not worry if your baby is covered or not.

  • Layers of Clothes

It is always better to dress your child in layers of clothes. Dress him in full sleeves inner which will keep his body warm throughout the day. Over that you can make him wear a shirt or a pullover. Make sure you don’t load him with too many layers. 2-3 layers are good enough to keep your baby comfortable. In case you are going out then you can wrap him in a zipper blanket as an extra layer of protection from the season.

  • Warm Body Suits and Snow Suits

If you stay in the city where it snows or temperature touches zero then snow suits are one of the best choices of winter clothing for kids. They cover the baby from neck to toes thereby covering his feet and palms to ensure complete protection from the cold weather. With such warm attire, you need not worry about his arms and legs which generally get exposed to the cold weather when he kicks.

  • Baby Socks

Make sure that you cover the little feet of your baby with warm and soft socks. If you can manage to keep his feet warm then the child will feel completely at ease even on the coldest nights. You can remove his socks during night because it may cause overheating.

  • Woolen Accessories

Along with clothes, you also need some woolen accessories for your little one. Soft mittens and cozy hats are a must buy for kids during winters. They are needed to keep their palms and head safe and warm. Make sure you cover your darling properly in these winter accessories while taking him out. Do not overdress him with all these woolens when home otherwise he will feel uncomfortable.

These are some of the easiest ways to keep your toddler comfortable and warm in winters. Dress him keeping in mind the points mentioned above and he will enjoy a healthy season without any cold and cough problems.

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