Three Ways to Keep Your Little Ones Warm this Winter

By Jennifer Lindquist

The days of no shoes and cute sleeveless outfits are over. Enter scarves, boots and jackets. Fall with its promise of pumpkin pie and cooler days, can lead to the challenge of how to keep a little one warm but not overheated. has several options for little ones to prevent chills and still keep a little one stylish while they stay toasty warm.

 1. The Zippy OneZ is perfect for fall outings to the pumpkin patch or other fall adventures. These beautiful sweater one pieces are hand knitted for extra coziness. In addition to being adorable, they also feature a zipper opening for easy diaper changes on the go. Sizes range from three months to twenty-four months. Check out all our adorable styles here

hand knitted zippy onez

 2. The Zipadee-Zip was made famous for its swaddle transition properties, but it is also perfect as a layer in a stroller, baby carrier or carseat. Not overly bulky, your little one can be safely buckled in while wearing the Zipadee-Zip while still staying warm. The Zipadee-Zip comes in a variety of styles including fleece and our breathable yet cozy year round materials. This wearable blanket fits little ones from three months old to around two years old. Read How Zipadee-Zip Works and check our collections of Zipadee-Zip here.

 3. Toddlers are not forgotten. The Flying Squirrel features foldable cuffs to keep little hands and feet warm. An extension of the Zipadee-Zip, the Flying Squirrel is super cozy and comes in fleece options for warm winter nights as well as year round materials. The Flying Squirrel is perfect for little ones two to five. View our collections of Flying Squirrel Onesie PJ

As fall approaches, offers a variety of products for all sizes and needs to keep your little one focused on the fun and not on the cold.

flying squirrel


Jennifer Lindquist graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead MN in 2005 in business and French. She currently acts as Social Media Manager for Sleeping Baby. She is also a photojournalist and has been featured on the Army News Service, Fort Sill Cannoneer, Fort Gordon Signal and Fort Huachuca Scout. She lives in New York with her husband and four year old daughter.

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