Must have winter accessories for your pushchair
Those crisp autumn mornings have arrived and keeping your little one cosy and snug whilst on the school run, day out or shopping trip will soon be on the cards.
Here at PX HQ we have been thinking about what we might need to kit our strollers out for the colder weather. Take a look ta some of our favourite winter accessories.
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There's nothing more cosy than a snuggly sheepskin when the weather's getting colder. Natural sheepskins have clever temperature regulating properties which help baby to stay warm in winter and cooler in summer. Natural sheepskins are also really gentle on baby's sensitive skin. This Lambskin Buggy Liner from JoJo Maman Bebe is great to use in your pushchair this winter.
Winter kits are a great way of making your pushchair cold weather ready whilst still looking stylish. Quite a few brands are creating winter kits for their pushchairs including Stokke, Silver Cross and Mima. A winter kit usually contains an insulated hood, handmuffs to keep the pushchair driver's hands cosy and a storm cover that protects against all the elements. Winter kits look gorgeous as well as serving a purpose and we love them here at PX HQ.
The Cold Weather Plus footmuff from Mamas & Papas does exactly what it says on the tin! Its insulated fleece lining is designed to keep your little one snug on the coldest of winter days. The footmuff liner is hardy but stylish and is available in a host of gorgeous fabrics. The four way zip means you can open it right up to get baby in and out easily and also zip off the front altogether to give you a lovely cosy fleece liner when the winter sun comes out to play.
It's not just our little ones who need to keep cosy in the winter chill. We need to look after us parents too and that why we love the 7 A.M. Enfant WarMMuffs mittens.
The cosy and insulated mittens cleverly attach to any pushchair bar or handle so you can push with ease whilst keeping your hands warm too.
We love winter accessories for our pushchairs. What accessories will you be using this winter?