The evenings are dark and chilly and summer is a thing of the past. Just because it is a little colder and wet than it usually is, doesn’t mean that you and your little one can’t enjoy yourselves during the gloomier months. In fact, getting some fresh air each day can give your child a whole range of health benefits and allows you both to bond as you explore the big wide world. However, venturing outside with your little one unprepared can cause disaster, due to the elements. Luckily here at Daisy Baby, we have put together 5 of our baby winter essentials, so you can both keep having fun no matter what the weather.

Pushchair Rain Covers

With the autumn and winter months being renowned for their unpredictable spells, being prepared with a rain cover is essential. Easy to fold up when it is dry, our range of rain covers mean your little one can stay dry as you travel. We have both single and double buggy rain covers available, many of which offer a universal fit.


Nothing is worse than cold little legs and toes and a footmuff is the solution for keeping your little one warm. Our footmuffs are available in a range of different designs and can be easily fitted to your pushchair so that you can be on your way. Including fluffy interiors and durable fabric, your little one can ride in their pushchair in ultimate comfort.

Car Sunshades

Crisp winter days can mean that the sun is lower in the sky and can be too bright and dazzling for your little one’s eyes. Be prepared with a sunshade that fits to your car window easily and make car naps and travelling much more comfortable.

Winter Hats

Keeping your baby's head warm in the winter is really important as it helps them to retain their warmth. You should dress them in a woolly or insulated hat which is highly practical and looks super cute too. Mittens are also useful for keeping little hands warm. They may not stay on as much as you'd like but it is worth persevering. You can always tuck little hands under a blanket or inside a footmuff.

Winter can be a pleasant expereince for both baby and parents so long as you are prepared for it. The benefits of being out in the fresh air are great but you will need to keep your little one warm and dry. To view our entire Out and About range, click here.

Post By Kelly Trethewey