Layer your baby's clothing to regulate body temperature, ensuring they stay warm without overheating.
Choose soft and breathable blankets to keep your baby warm while avoiding overheating.
Keep your baby's hands and feet warm with mittens and socks, especially when going outside.
Combat dry indoor air by using a humidifier to maintain optimal humidity levels in your baby's room.
Preheat the crib with a hot water bottle or warm blanket before placing your baby down to sleep.
Give your baby a warm bath before bedtime to relax them and maintain body temperature.
Opt for fragrance-free, hypoallergenic baby products to prevent skin irritation caused by dry winter air.
Minimize exposure to sick individuals, practice good hygiene, and ensure everyone around your baby washes their hands.
Trim your baby's nails regularly to prevent them from scratching themselves, especially if they have dry skin.
Schedule regular check-ups with your pediatrician to monitor your baby's health and development, especially during the winter months.