Dress your child right this winter. It should be fun to be out together but it can be hard to know how to think about clothes. All children are different and you may need to adapt to your child. How cold or hot is it out, how old is your child and above all how active is your child
Dress your baby for winter
Certainly, we feel worried if we dress our baby too cold. You think you do not want them to freeze and you're welcome to dress warm. But it's important that it does not get too hot. You can feel at the back of the neck to feel the temperature. If your child is sweaty, it is necessary to remove a garment and if the child feels cold, more clothes are needed. Hands and feet are hardest to determine the temperature, they are often colder but should of course not be too cold.
Layer closest to the body: body or sweater and long neck, preferably in wool. The middle layer: pants and sweaters in fleece or wool. The outer layer: overall in windproof material. Head: cap that covers a part of the face and is windproof. Feet: wool socks with boot or fleece slippers. Hands: Windproof mittens with fleece or wool lining. The pram: a lambskin, woolen pad or a sack bag
Dress your child right for winter
Stored closest to the body: substitute, preferably in wool. The middle layer: pants and sweaters in fleece or wool. The outer layer: overall or pants and jacket in windproof material. It is important that the garment is spacious so that the child can move freely but not too big. Head: neck collar and a cap after the season. Feet: well insulated and sufficiently spacious boots or boots so that soles and socks fit. Hands: Windproof mittens with fleece or wool lining
Tip! Do not forget to have fun together.
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