How To Safely Take Your Baby Out In The Winter

Whether taking your baby to the local day nursery or showing them the sights of wintertime, make sure to follow these steps to keep your baby safe.

It is amazing to think, but after such a unique year we have finally made it to winter. But whilst there is so much to enjoy this winter, make sure your baby is warm and cosy this season.

For some babies, this is their first winter ever and their first Christmas ever. Whilst it will be rather different this year, there are so many reasons to go out and see the sights.

Whether taking your baby to the local day nursery or showing them the sights of wintertime, make sure to follow these steps to keep your baby safe.

The One More Layer Rule

One of the most important things when it comes to your baby is making sure they’re at a Goldilocks temperature: not too cold, not too warm, but just right.

A good rule of thumb is that your baby needs one extra layer than you when out and about. If you are wearing a jumper and a jacket, your baby needs that, as well as a layer in between to keep them warm, as well as gloves, hats and little boots to keep their extremities warm.

For walks and strolls, a blanket will work as the extra layer.

Don’t Forget The Waterproofs

With the weather in the North being the way it is, this is essentially a good rule for life, but if your baby is playing in the snow, they need an extra waterproof layer as well.

Set Time Limits

Winter days are often very changeable, so it is important not to be out too long if the weather is particularly frosty.

 As well as this, start your walks earlier, as the sun will set close to 4 pm in the winter months and you may need a little longer to get ready.

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