Chilly days are upon us. Between yo-yo temps in the springtime and frigid weather spotted with random snow flurries in the winter, it’s essential to always stay prepared with a handy stroller blanket. Getting outside with your baby has proven health and sleep benefits, but it’s not always the easiest thing to do. There’s cold weather, snow, and wind to contend with.
From heavier knit options for warmth, to lighter, breathable picks for a little extra protection and shade, we’ve rounded up our favorites to bring home.
They make bundling up for the winter easy. Take it from the Danish, who let their children sleep outside in their strollers year-round — stroller blankets are the way to go. Some of them are decently weatherproof, keeping dampness and wet snow away from your little baby. Get your kids outside all year long with these stroller blankets.
Like a cute puffer jacket for your tot’s stroller, the 7 A.M. Enfant Blanket is plush and totally cozy.
With an insulated, microfleece interior and a waterproof exterior, your babe will be safe and warm throughout the seasons. With length and width extension features of 2 inches each, the 7 A.M. Enfant stroller blanket can fit your babe from the infant to toddler stages.
There are few blankets that practically scream comforting like a warm and snuggly quilt. This Burt’s Bee Baby Reversible Stroller Blanket will add an extra dose of comfort to your baby’s stroller rides.
The 100% organic blankie has a breathable shell to keep your babe’s temperature regulated. The sweet design is a perfect unisex style that can be passed down from one baby to the next.
Chilly stroller rides will be a bit more comfy with the Hudson Baby Blanket. On one side is a warm sherpa lining to keep the toasty and the other side is a soft, patterned fabric that is perfect to cuddle up with for on-the-go naps.
It’s a great blanket for tummy time as well, giving cushioning to the carpet or rug, and providing a clean space for baby to play.
On a brisk spring day, the Little Jump Dinosaur Muslin Stroller Blanket is the perfect lightweight cover-up to keep the chill away and protect them from the beaming sun without overheating your tot.
The cotton-and-bamboo blended fabric creates a silky-soft texture that allows air to flow through. Since the lightweight fabric can blow around in the wind, clip it to the stroller to keep it in place. Just make sure there’s plenty of space for air to go through. While it’s breathable, babies still need more air.
While this cable-knit stroller blanket looks formidable, it’s actually made from breathable organic muslin. Instead of sweating under a heavy-duty blanket, this durable and soft blankie doesn’t block airflow while still keeping frosty chills away.
It’s pretty luxurious, with tons of character and style.