Keep baby warm and germ-free
(NC) Autumn is here and with it comes a whole new series of adventures for you and your little one. From Thanksgiving and pumpkin picking to hayrides and Halloween, there are great opportunities to enjoy exciting experiences together. While it's one of the busiest times of year, it's also one of the messiest. So how do you keep your baby warm and germ-free this season?
As you venture out this fall, the key to keeping your baby clean, happy, and healthy, is being prepared for whatever may come your way. With some bite in the air as temperatures drop, pay attention to the fibre content of your baby's clothes when venturing out of the house with your little one. Lycra and silk are good insulators to wear directly against the skin, while flannel, wool and fleece are more effective middle layers than cotton. Blankets made of fleece and wool are best at protecting against the chilly autumn air.
Good Things Come in Small Packages
When the weather starts to cool down, you have to contend with bulkier clothing and more “backup outfits” than usual, so you may not want to carry a huge supply of toiletries. Instead, try the convenience of specially formulated baby wipes like Johnson's Baby Hand & Face Wipes, which remove up to 95 per cent of dirt and germs quickly and gently. With an alcohol-free, 'no more tears' formula, they won't dry out delicate skin or irritate eyes.
Get Out There
Now that you and baby are prepared, it's time to explore all that the season has to offer. Whether you dress up for a first Halloween, head out to a family gathering, or go see the fall colours, there are so many autumn adventures to be had.
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