How do winter babies wear clothes?

During the cold winter months, it is important to keep your child cozy and warm, whether you’re inside or out. Follow these tips to ensure your baby stays comfortable and healthy during the winter season.

At Night

While you want to keep your child snug on cold winter nights it is important not to let them get too warm as overheating your baby is linked to an increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), otherwise known as cot death. Buy a thermometer and make sure you keep the room at a comfortable temperature between 16-20°C. Baby Sleeping Bags are a great idea because it avoids the risk of your child burying themselves under the covers or kicking them off. On cold nights dress your baby in a 3.5 tog sleeping bag. These bags are warmly padded and suitable for use in colder winter weather and in-room temperatures below 18 degrees. You can also buy long sleeve sleeping bags to keep your little one extra cozy! To avoid overheating, keep their bed away from radiators and heaters. To check your baby’s temperature, feel their tummy or the back of their neck (your baby’s hands and feet will usually be cooler, which is normal so don’t worry). If your baby’s skin is hot or clammy, remove some layers.

During the day

It's important to keep your child warm and cozy throughout the day as well as during the night. Our sleeping bags with feet are a great solution for babies and toddlers who like to enjoy the comfort and coziness of their sleeping bags, but also want the freedom to move about and walk around. With leg holes to pop their feet through, they can stay warm and cozy on the move. We've also launched our NEW sleeping bags with feet and detachable sleeves for extra warmth. The sleeves are detachable with press studs so if your child is too warm or too cold, you can attach or remove as required.

We've also got a great selection of long sleeve sleepsuits and bodysuits to use day and night. This will add an extra layer of warmth underneath your baby's sleeping bag for extra cold days.

In the Car

Although it is tempting to dress your child in thicker clothes when traveling in cold weather, this should be avoided, especially if you are using a car seat. Also, a car can heat up quickly and you don’t want your little one to overheat. Remove hats, gloves, and bulky coats.

Out and About

Your child will lose heat a lot more quickly than you do, so if you are out and about dress your child in one more layer than you would wear in cold conditions. Another good idea is to add a pram windscreen to help protect your baby’s sensitive skin. Babies can lose a lot of heat through their heads, so always put a hat on your baby in cold weather. If their hands are cold, put on some gloves too. Just remember to remove hats, gloves, and any extra layers as soon as you go indoors so they don’t overheat.

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