Cold-Weather Gear for Keeping You and Baby Cozy All Winter

Winter's a lot more wonderful if you face the chill with the right gear. These keep-cozy items can help you and your baby stay warm when temperatures drop.

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Courtesy of 7 A.M. Enfant


7 A.M. Enfant’s Doudoune’s side zippers make dressing Baby for the cold easy, and the snaps at the bottom transform it from sleeping-bag style to a footed snowsuit. $24.

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BabyLegs Leg Warmers

Cold-weather excursions mean your little one will be extra chilly if her pants ride up (say, when you're baby-wearing). These cheery infant leg warmers cover the gap between sock and pant leg to add color and warmth to any outfit, and as a bonus, your little one can keep them on for extra comfort during diaper changes$10.

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Mama Baby Poncho

Sometimes the best way to keep cold-weather cozy is to simply share your body warmth with your baby. This pretty rainproof poncho can be worn by you, or by you and your little one together (there's a removable baby poncho). With a fleece-lined hood and a pocket tucked inside to keep your wallet and keys handy, this poncho makes getting outside together easy—even when the weather's less than friendly. $189.

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Scrunched Hem Leggings

Your baby's legs aren't the only ones exposed to the cold weather when you head outside. These pretty knit leggings are stylish, super-comfy cold-weather wear. They're also sleek enough not to add bulk at your waist, which makes baby wearing less clunky. $38.

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J is for Jeep Standard Stroller Weather Shield

Hitting the great outdoors with a stroller? You've got it cold-weather covered: This ventilated stroller cover fits most models; it blocks out wind and rain—or snow—to help your baby stay warm without obstructing the view (for either of you). $11.

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Warm Muffs

Strollers and cold weather can create tricky logistics for parents: You need to keep your hands warm, but also keep them free to reach in and comfort your little one. These warm, water-repellent muffs are an answer. They attach to the stroller's handlebars instead of your hands, so your fingers stay warm and they're easy to slip off to take care of your baby. $19.

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Courtesy of H&M

Hat with Earflaps

With the puffball ears, the faux fur, and the chin strap, there’s a lot to love about this hat! $13.

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Heather Gray Cozie Newborn Furry Lined Booties

Does a newborn need booties? Not technically. But these adorable, fluffy booties are perfect for keeping your baby's feet warm when you venture out into the chill. $24.

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Pendleton Stripe Chunky Fringe Wrap

Babies have blankies for comfort, and their moms can have warm wraps for a dose of snuggly softness too. This chic striped wrap can be dressed up or down to go with almost any outfit, and it's large enough to wrap around both you and your baby if you're wearing him. $129.

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Courtesy of Skip Hop

Stroll & Go On-Call Hand Muff

Skip Hop’s Tech Ready Hand Muff slips over the back of your stroller to keep your fingers warm. It holds your phone too, for use through its protective cover. $35.

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JJ Cole Car Seat Cover

The trek from the car to the house (or wherever you're headed) can be a whole lot warmer with a weatherproof car seat cover like this one. Just slip the cover (it has an elasticized edge to fit most car seats) over the car seat, and you can transport your little one without the hassle of layering on a jacket. $30.

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Ice on the sidewalk can make even the steadiest walking parent struggle like a baby who's learning to walk. This traction helper slips over your shoes to give your feet a better grip on icy ground, to help you stay upright in slick conditions. $20.

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Courtesy of Maxi-Cosi

Mico Max 30 Special Edition Infant Car Seat

Maxi-Cosi’s Sweater Knit Mico Max 30 is like a warm nest with its leg-covering boot. Sweet! $290.

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