Here’s a breakdown of the tips from Children’s Health about how to keep babies and kids warm when it’s freezing:
1. Layer up! Dress your baby in multiple layers and don’t forget a hat and socks.
“Parents should keep in mind that infants do not self-regulate their body temperatures well, which puts them more at risk for getting hypothermia,” Hu said. “As a rule of thumb, infants should be in one more layer than what parents are wearing.”