The holidays have come and gone and the chill in the air isn't going anywhere, anytime soon — it's officially winter. One of the most exciting parts of winter for new parents is getting to introduce your little ones to snow for the first time, making it vital to have one of the best snowsuits for babies ready on a snow day's notice. However, no two snowsuits are the same. So, what should you be looking out for this winter?
How to Choose Your Baby's Snowsuit
Protecting your baby from the harsh winter weather is extremely important — after all, there's a reason we invest in things like coats, mittens, and car seat covers. However, trying to figure out which snowsuit is the best for your baby can seem a bit daunting. To help out, here are three tips on how to choose your baby's snowsuit.
1. Be conscious of the fit. We all want our babes to be comfortable so buying a suit that's too big or too small can make play time anything but fun. Be sure to test out the snowsuit on your baby ahead of time to ensure they can move around with ease.
2. Be conscious of the material. With all that time outdoors, you want to make sure your tot stays warm and dry no matter how long they're sitting in the snow. To do this, opt for waterproof or water-resistant snowsuits that cover the entire body and save the fleece baby bunting for the tiniest tots that won't be sitting in snow just yet.
3. Be conscious of design. Every parent (and grandparent!) knows that when it comes to baby clothing, it's all about the design. Most importantly, how well does it go on and come off? To make play time more fun, pick up a snowsuit with long vertical zippers, snaps, or velcro that make everything from dressing to diaper changes a breeze.
Best Snowsuits for Babies
Ready to find the perfect snowsuit for your little one? Keep scrolling for FIRST's picks for the best snowsuits for babies that'll help keep them warm and dry on all of your winter time adventures.
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