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    How To Select The Winter Hats For Kids

    • Author:aungcrown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on:2020-11-30
    If you prepare to take your babies out in the winter, you need to pay extra attention to their clothing as appropriate clothing is needed to keep your babies warm in the cold weather.

    One of the most important pieces is a winter hat. Your infants, toddlers, and kids are more vulnerable to the cold weather than adults. Hence, they will surely need a winter hat to keep their head warm. Not to mention that there are many cute and adorable looking winter hats for babies on the market, which is a great addition to your babies’ outfits.

    With a wide range of designs, colors, and qualities to choose from, you need to make sure you carefully consider all of the features of a baby winter hat in order to choose the best winter hats for babies. Also, choosing a winter hat for your baby is not like choosing a summer hat. Let’s take a look at the best options that we have on the market at the moment.

    Hats are an essential part of baby’s winter wardrobe. But wait, don’t just go for the cute hat with bunny ears. Performance matters most. Below is a selection of winter hats for babies and toddlers that are not only cute, but also warm, soft and easy to get on (and that stay on!).

    Some kids are born loving all thing hats, masks, bows, blankets and tiaras on their heads. Others have a highly sophisticated invisible alarm system that alerts them to fact it’s hat time before you’ve even picked it up and will do the runner. If your child is of the latter variety, give these tips a whirl.

    1. Choose the right style for your child

    There are 3 hat styles that kids can work their way through as they grow. Some will overlap a little and you really need to work with your child’s preferences during that overlap stage.

    Legionnaire/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.

    Toddler/baby buckets: Once 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/broadbrims: Bigger kids get to graduate to the larger bucket hats with the foam insert in the brim that is slightly stiffer. The broadbrims have more upright and deeper brims which provide more coverage to shoulders and chests.

    2. Start them early, whatever the season

    When babies wear hats, headbands or beanies from a very young age, they’re more inclined to be happy-hat-wearers throughout their childhood.

    3. 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. They’ll eventually either learn to love it - or just give up on fighting with you about it!

    4. 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.

    5. 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 before asking for their help to find the real hat. 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 for a walk to get an ice cream.

    6. Trick them with good old-fashioned distraction

    Pop it on while they’re snacking, playing their favourite game, or deep in conversation with their dolls. Or, tell them if they can keep the hat on for the count of 20 they get to do x, y or z. By the time you get to that number they might be so excited by what they get to do, they’ll just not bother taking the hat off!

    7. Make sure it fits (and sits) correctly

    Measure your child’s head before purchasing a hat to ensure the right fit. Too big can impede their vision; too small will slide off the top of their head. Ponytails can also be an issue – our ponytail bucket and broadbrim hats take care of that!

    8. Include them in picking the hat

    As well as the initial purchase, give them a choice of what hat to wear each day. Let them choose the swim hat even if you’re not going to the beach! And let them pick their outfit the night before – hat included. That way it’s part of their outfit and there is no harm in them wearing a hat inside.

    If all else fails, there’s the way Inuit's teach their children to keep their hats on in winter: they tell them that if they go out without wearing a hat, the northern lights will take their head off and use it as a soccer ball!