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How to dress your baby in cold weather
Helpful tips from safety expert Herdís Storgaard
Dressing your baby in cold weather can be tricky, so we’ve got some tips to help you out. Remember that when you’re out walking you might feel warm, but your baby is sitting still and may feel the cold much more than you do.
1. Layer up!
The secret to keeping your baby warm is to dress them in layers. This helps trap heat and lets you adjust their outfit as needed. Babies lose a lot of heat through their heads, so a warm hat is important in cold weather. Make sure that the hat fits snugly and does not cover your baby’s nose and mouth.
2. Bring extra clothes
Babies can be messy, so keeping spare clothes on hand is a good idea. A leaking nappy or spilled food can quickly turn a cosy outfit into a soggy mess.
3. Look for signs of a cold baby
Check if your baby’s upper arms, thighs or ears feel cold to the touch. Cold hands and feet can also be a sign that your child is too chilly, but babies can have cold hands and feet during the early months without being too cold. If your baby is fussy and you’re not sure why, and if their skin is turning white or looks blotchy, they may be too cold.
4. Watch for signs of an overheated baby
If your baby feels warm to the touch, looks flushed, is red or sweating, has damp hair or a rapid heartbeat, it may be time to remove a few layers. Remember – you want your baby to be pleasantly warm, not overheated.