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  1. How to Protect Your Baby From the Rain In a Carrier

    How to Protect Your Baby From the Rain In a Carrier

    It’s that time of year again! The nights are drawing in and it’s dark when we’re up in the morning. The autumn/winter season is upon us already. We know it's going to be cold, damp and windy, and getting out with your baby in a sling or carrier takes a little bit more thought and effort.


    With just a few hints and tips you can stay as comfortable as possible when carrying (this list isn't exhaustive; if you have your own top tip, please do share!).


    • Keep as few clothing layers between you and baby as possible. Babies regulate their temperature best when they are closest to you. The natural heat exchange between you both occurs best with fewer, lighter layers; natural fibres help too.
    • Do not use bulky coats and snowsuits on baby; such bulky layers can l
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  2. Mamalila Allweather Jacket Review

    The Amazing Mamalila Allweather Jacket


    Shop the Mamalila Allweather Jacket here.


    Mamalila is a family-run company based in Germany. The premise was simple - if you wanted to go outside in bad weather whilst babywearing, then you needed a jacket that would keep you and your little one warm and dry; and so Mamalila was born, with family values and conntectedness at the heart of everything they do.

    The point of the Mamlila Allweather Jacket is that it is very good

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  3. Mamalila Wool Hooded Coat Review

    Mamalila Wool Hooded Coat



    I have to say, I do love the cold weather. Who doesn't love a winter wonderland of frosty mornings, watching your breath travel slowly through the cold air, as if it too can can feel the chill.


    But it's not quite fun; it's not little-red-robin-perched-on-a-snowy-post cold. We live on a damp island just a stones throw from the Arctic circle. It's damp; really cold and damp.


    The sky is sitting 3 inches above your head, for what feels like forever. You feel like you haven't been properly dry in an age. You feel like the cold is actually radiating from inside your marrow. It's like you've been caught in a chapter from Hound of the Baskervilles, just minus the big beastly

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