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    Choosing the Best Hats for baby

    • Author:Aung Crown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on:2021-10-11
    The best hat for kids depends on its intended purpose. Winter hats, fashion hats, and baseball hats are common options available for both children and adults alike. Warm winter hats are typically designed to keep the child’s head protected from the cold. Fashion hats are worn primarily for their look, but they can also sometimes keep the head and ears warm. Baseball caps and sun hats help keep the sun out of a child’s eyes and may help to prevent sunburn on the face and neck.

    Choose the right style for your child
    Each of our three collections has a series of hat styles that kids work their way through as they grow. Some will overlap a little and you really need to work with your child’s preferences to work out the best hat for that overlap stage.

    Baby Flap Hat style: Best suited to newborn and young babies and is ideal for wearing in prams and carriers as the flap lies flat as baby does. The brim on these is also less invasive in and around their faces, making them ideal for fuss-pot youngsters who are old enough to be aware of this.

    baby buckets: The right time to move up to toddler buckets is when they’re up and about on their own exploring – they need that extra protection all around their head and shoulders that the brim of a bucket hat will provide.

    Kids buckets Bigger kids get to graduate to the larger bucket hats which really just have a slightly different, more grown-up shape to the crowns. The broadbrims have more upright and deeper brims which provide more coverage to shoulders and chests. Both Bedhead styles have anti-flop brims which combats one of the biggest causes of kids not liking hats – because they flop in their eyes and annoy them!

    Start them early – no matter what season they’re born
    When babies wear hats, headbands or beanies from a very young age, they are much more inclined to be happy-hat-wearers throughout their childhood.

    Be persistent + consistent
    Don’t take no for an answer – let them know they HAVE to wear a hat whenever they go outdoors. Keep putting it back on every time they take it off and adopt the “no hat, no play” rule that schools and daycares have. They’ll eventually either learn to love it - or just give up on fighting with you about it!

    Be a good role model
    Just like when they blurt out those swear words, kids copy. Everything! So if you make it a habit to put a hat on when you go outside, your mini me will too. Role models extend to other close family members, so ask grandparents to wear their hats when minding your children and get older siblings to show littler ones the ropes too.

    Make it fun
    Put their hat on your head. Put your hat on their head. Put it on backwards. Or inside out or back-to-front. Put undies on your head and ask if they like your hat? When they laugh and say it’s not a hat, ask them to help you find the right hat and “while we’re at it, let’s find yours too!” Make it a game and make hat time = fun time so they can associate wearing a hat with good things. Maybe it means they’re going to the park, or outside to make mud pies or for a walk along the river to get an ice cream. A lot of fun stuff happens when you wear a hat!

    Hats for Cold Days & Hats for Warm Days
    When outdoors, there are a few reasons you should consider a hat for your child. One is heat loss through the head, and the other is protecting your baby from the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays.

    baby hat-why your baby needs a hat
    Sun exposure is dangerous for newborns (due to the risk of sunburn). In addition, a newborn’s skin is too sensitive to apply sunscreen, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation website. If you take your newborn infant outdoors, keep him in the shade to protect his skin. A wide-brimmed sun hat adds extra protection for the newborn’s face, ears and neck.

    A hat made with natural mix fabrics will be cool and light enough to protect your baby from the sun's exposure and warm enough to keep him comfortable when the weather is cold.

    Avoid headwear made with animal fur and vinyl. They may be cute, but these materials pose a choking hazard. Always monitor your infant while wearing a hat, especially when they are asleep. 

    How to tell if your child needs a hat: Do a neck check. The easiest way to tell whether your baby is too warm or too chilly is to reach under his clothes to check his arms, eyes, or the nape of his neck. Those little hands and feet are soft to squeeze, but they’re always cool to the touch in young babies (making them an unreliable temperature gauge).

    How to keep a hat on your baby:
    Does your baby keep tugging at their hat? Does your infant seem uncomfortable in their new hat? Here's a few tips to help your little one ease into becoming a Little Sun Hat lover:

    1. Help your baby feel that hat-wearing is natural.
    Introducing headwear early in your infants' life will help him adjust into a lifelong hat lover. Start with soft caps and bonnets, and graduate into sun hats/winter hats.

    2. Choose a hat with chin straps or ties. Straps and ties help to keep the headwear securely on your baby's head and often deter them from tugging or pulling the hat off.

    3. Be persistent. These tips help with a reluctant hat wearer.