Get Outside and Play :: Clothes and Accessories to Keep Your Little One Warm All Winter


We all know Boston winters are no joke! It is essential for little ones to get out and play, and being stuck inside all winter is not an option. Here are some ideas for great winter gear to keep your kiddo toasty warm through this harsh season.


Since babies aren’t running around in the snow, all they need is a good bunting and a hat (also check out the stroller accessories at the bottom of this post). I never bothered with booties or gloves because the bunting keeps those fingers and toes nice and warm. 


Columbia Infant Tiny Bear II Bunting :: $29.99

iXtreme Expedition Puffer Winter Snowsuit Pram Bunting :: $29.99

The NorthFace Infant Thermoball Bunting :: $120


Bienvenu Winter Hat Scarf Earflap Hood Scarves :: $10.99

Old Navy Faux-Suede Sherpa-Trim Trapper Hat :: $12.99

Columbia Toddler Tiny Bear II Beanie :: $25

Toddlers and Children

When buying winter clothing for my little one, I always go up a size or two and pray he’ll be able to fit into it the following year (that way I feel like I got my money’s worth!). Children’s consignment stores are great places to find barely used winter clothing, like boots and snow pants.


N’Ice Caps Sherpa Lined Fleece Winter Hat and Mitten Set :: $16.99

Jan and Jul Waterproof Stay-on Mittens :: $19.99


Western Chief Kids Arcterra EX Snow Boots :: $34.95

Kamik Kids Jetwp :: $49.99

Bogs Kids Baby Classic Solid :: $54.95


Gap ColdControl Max Puffer Jacket :: $78

LL Bean Kids’ Adventure Seeker 3-in-1 Parka :: $109

The NorthFace Boundary Triclimate Jacket :: $170

Snow Pants

OshKosh B’Gosh Snow Bib :: $24

Columbia Snowslope II Bib :: $54.99

Stroller Accessories

Nûby Premium Stroller Weather Shield :: $19.99

JJ Cole Urban Bundleme :: $68.87

7A.M. Blanket 212 Evolution :: $189

I hope you stay warm and have a fantastic winter!