4 Ways to Keep Baby Warm & Snug in a Car Seat or Stroller This Winter

Photo by: Lana Bambini
Tip 1: Skip the Bulky Coats
Thick, heavy coats or baby buntings may do a good job at keeping baby warm on frigid days, but when there is too much bulk between baby and the car ... more 
Photo by: Lana Bambini
Tip 1: Skip the Bulky Coats
Thick, heavy coats or baby buntings may do a good job at keeping baby warm on frigid days, but when there is too much bulk between baby and the car seat's straps and harness, it can pose a safety hazard in the event of a crash. "Dress your baby in thin, snug layers. For example, put on a long sleeved onesie, footie pants, and a thin sweater," recommends the CarSeatLady.com. And don't forget the hat! For for one of these layers, check out this snuggly merino wool bodysuit from Lana Bambini, complete with fitted hood.

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Thu, Jan 2, 2014 11:55 AM EST
Baby, it's cold outside! If you've got a little one to tote through the snow, ice, and frigid temps of winter, here's how to keep your baby warm, safe and snug in the car seat or stroller. -By Jacqueline Tourville

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