As it gets colder, at least here in Britain that is, and we are dressing ourselves for the chilliest months, it is equally as important to make sure our pushchairs are as prepared as we are as this is where your child will be spending most of their time outdoors. There are many ways to dress up your pushchair for the cold days ahead and Kiddies Kingdom silver cross range has a variety of accessories to ensure your pushchair is toasty warm this winter. The cold can be a huge issue when you’re wanting to take your child out and about in winter; however with these few accessories this will be a thing of the past.
Probably the best way to keep your child nice and toasty warm this winter is to invest in a footmuff. You can choose the best footmuff for your needs, some are more luxurious than others, however if your child gets warm easily you may want to avoid the thicker kind. They are deeply padded for extra comfort and warmth and the little one will thank you for it. They are easily attached to the pushchair and most of them unzip from the front for easy access, meaning you don’t have to mess around with the seat lining should your child get too warm. What better way to keep those little legs warm this winter?!
If you are living in Britain, it is absolutely essential to invest in a decent raincover for your pushchair. Not only does it keep your child dry, but also protects them from those icy winds which tend to come this time of year and can sometimes be worse than rain!
A Padded Seat Liner
If you want to give your child ultimate luxury you could add a padded seat liner. It provides an extra level of warmth and comfort. What's more, you can choose from a variety of colours to compliment your pushchair. Combined with a footmuf,f a padded seat liner would provide the ultimate level of warmth and comfort for those extra chilly days!
A Cup Holder
Here’s one for Mum! Easily take your drink with you on walks with the help of a cup holder. This is handy all year round, especially when you are able to take your hot drink with you on those cold winter mornings.
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