Kate’s rounded up her top favorite cold weather stroller accessory “must have” items to help you stay on the go this winter!
Wondering what stroller I use? My favorite stroller is the Zoe – I have the Twin+ with the triple attachment (goes between a double stroller and a triple stroller) and the Trip (single stroller) for travel and to keep in the back of my car. Read more about why I love the Zoe Stroller here – PS – it’s Disney Approved!
Cold Weather Stroller Accessories
These warmmuffs have saved my fingers during Chicago winters! The best part is they stay put, making them one less thing to remember when you’re bundling up.
Using this footmuff keeps my littles toasty on those extra cold days. These are made to stay in place and easy washing (for when goldfish end up crushed inside).
If you are sick of blankets falling (or being thrown) on the ground. This blanket can be clipped in at the buckle to keep it in place.
A weather shield will keep your little ones dry in the rain or snow all winter. They also help keep the cold weather out (and come with breathable holes). This one woks for double side-by-side, this one for double front-back and this one for a single stroller.
A stroller organizer for all your snacks, drinks, and gloves.
This waist dog leash has completely saved me from balancing the stroller and the dog!
We love this clip on Yeti and Avocado to strap on your stroller for baby! We also love this entertainment center that wraps around. If your child is older, Kate loves soft books such as this one that are easy to hold and wash! For more great options, check out our car seat safe toys on amazon. For the toys you already have, these toy leashes are great so they don’t end up on the ground!
See my LTK cold weather gear post for more of my favorites.
Other helpful blog posts:
- Stroller accessory must haves
- Safe winter sleep for babies + toddlers
- Items to leave at grandparents’, nanny share or second caregiver’s houses
- Why I ditched my fancy stroller
- How to travel with kids
- When to transition to a toddler bed
- Potty training tips + how to know when your toddler is ready
- 10 common illnesses babies + kids get
- Renee’s favorite car seats for all ages
- Diaper bag essentials
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