It just snowed (AGAIN) here in Oregon. If it's snowing here, I bet it's snowing elsewhere, so this is...

winter baby outings

It just snowed (AGAIN) here in Oregon. If it's snowing here, I bet it's snowing elsewhere, so this is the perfect time to brush up on your winter baby know-how. How cold is too cold?: Avoid the outdoors only when the weather drops below freezing. That's too cold for a winter walk with your baby. Avoid heading out if the wind is very harsh as well. Also, you can tell if your baby is too cold because he'll get fussy, possibly get red cheeks, and his feet will feel cold, even through socks. Lastly, watch for signs of winter dehydration. You also may like: Driving in winter - how to keep your family safe

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