The first winter with your baby is definitely an unforgettable experience. And as long as you are all prepared for the cold of winter, nothing can stop you from discovering the dreamland outside.
First layer: healthy skin
The skin of your baby is the most important factor, and during the harsh conditions of winter it needs additional protection. Baby skin is more prone to dryness and irritation in winter, especially due to repeated cleansing and exposure to cold and windy conditions.
Second layer: t-shirt, body blouse or body
You should know that lycra or silk ones will keep the baby warmer and dry faster.
Third layer: the outfit
Baby clothes should be warm, made of materials suitable for babies and, of course, must be matched. Which mom doesn't like her baby to be as modern?
On colder days you can add another layer or two to your baby's outfit. They will be easy to undress when you enter the room with your baby.
Fourth layer: hats, gloves and gaiters
Take care of the sleeves and feet of your child. The extremities are the first to be exposed to the cold and are the most exposed to frostbite.
Take with you a pair of extra gloves for the little one if he has a habit of playing a lot in the snow or putting his hands in his mouth, even with gloves on them. Also, remember that most of the heat in the body is lost in the head, so you always have a little cap on the baby's head.
Protect your baby's restless feet with a pair of winter boots, specially made to withstand the cold and moisture.
Fifth layer: beanie overalls
The winter overalls for babies are, in most cases, made of hay. These are the best protection against the cold. If your baby is very small and cannot walk yet, you can choose the overalls.
Baby strollers that are equipped with winter protectors, extra stroller and rain protectors are best suited for the cold season. An important accessory for the stroller in winter is the baby's foot bag.
On very cold days (or if you do not have a winter jumpsuit or trolley bag yet), you can opt for a soft and warm blanket to hold your baby.