With a seemingly endless list of ‘must-haves’ when your baby comes along, many parents question whether a footmuff for the pram is really necessary. Let’s take a look at their different qualities and then you can decide if a footmuff is necessary for you.
Keeping your baby comfortable in the pram is fundamental to enjoying walks with your little one. A comfortable and happy baby in the pram leads to a much more enjoyable time out and about so we have some handy hints and tricks to help you out.
All footmuffs are secured to the pram, in the same way, using the harness straps. Prams have either a 3 point or a 5 point harness and it is important to know which one you have before purchasing a footmuff. To find out, simply open up your harness and count whether it separates into 3 or 5 separate straps.
Whatever the weather it’s always good to get some fresh air and head for a walk – babies also sleep better if they have had fresh air in the daytime. Whilst walking in itself helps to keep you warm the same isn’t true for your baby. Here’s our top tips on keeping your baby warm whilst in the pram.
There are so many pram liners on the market that offer lots of different features. We’ve had a good look around and found some of the comfiest ones out there for your little one. All of the recommended sheepskin pram liners below are washable so easy to keep clean too.
With the option of so many accessories parents often wonder if a pram liner is really necessary. Perhaps the best way to look at this is whether a pram liner is necessary for you. To do so we need to look at the different functions of a pram liner and whether the benefits are worthwhile to you.