Oh the weather outside is frightful,
But the fire is so delightful,
And since we’ve no place to go,
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
Over the past few days the temperature has dropped down to the minus figures at times so that can only mean one thing, winter is well and truly here, it’s time to get our thermals out and pack up warm. Now me and the Mr have a winter wardrobe but the little lady was due to go up a size in clothes so we have put off buying her winter padding until now.
I still believe that my nana was never wrong when she said layers are the secret to keeping warm. It’s true, the layers act as insulation between you and your winter coat so I often look like the abominable snowman when the temperature drops.
Although I dislike shopping, I actually love shopping for Isabelle, I’m not sure what’s different but it excites. From shopping for her online to taking a trip around the shops I love looking at the little clothes. I do prefer online shopping to save me the hustle and bustle, especially when the high streets are packed this time of year with festive shoppers and then as soon as that is over they are packed with the bargain hunters in the January sales and being in those crowded environments really raise my anxiety levels.
This morning I have spent my time cuddled un on the sofa with my poorly little girl whilst browsing the internet for a snow suit for the forecast snow so we can take her out on a sledge and build snowman’s in the snow without fear of her catching pneumonia or something equally terrible.
After much deliberation (thanks to my fussy tastes) I have finally settled on a winter padded coat and waterproof trousers from the kids clothes selection by Polarn O. Pyret along with some matching snow mittens. They have a fab winter selection to keep the little ones toasty warm this winter, from newborn all the way up to 12 years old.
Now we just need some snow boots in her size so she can safely run around without falling and causing head injuries and broken bones, we can do without those kinds of accidents this Christmas.
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