Dress for the Weather
An April 2004 Consumer Reports article suggests that a snow suit or heavy bunting, heavy stroller blanket, and a warm knit hat be a part of your baby staples.
When going outside, dress your infant in layers and check her body temperature often. "Your baby is overheated if he is sweating, has damp hair, a heat rash, rapid breathing or is restless," says the University of Minnesota SIDS Center.
Shed layers as soon as you and your child return indoors.