Temperatures are starting to drop, and before you know it, you'll be bundling up to brave the winter winds and first flakes of snow.
With a baby in tow, it's often difficult because you don't want to dress them in too many layers, which can be cumbersome and even unsafe if they're in a car seat. Blankets tend to billow and blow at all the wrong times, and your coat on top of them ... well, YOU need that
That's why baby carrier covers are so convenient and effective as you tote your baby around town.
Here are a few to check out if you're looking to keep your little bug snug this winter:
The Popover (pictured right) is one of the most versatile baby carrier covers as it can be used while your baby is a front pack (like a Baby Bjorn) or in a stroller. You simply pop it over them, and they stay nice and warm. (Popover.com, $90)
Jolly Jumper This version is great if you're going to keep your infant in the car seat as you battle the elements. It slips right over the car seat and has a cozy fleece lining. (Amazon.com, $29.99)
Peekaru This one does double duty and keeps mom and baby both warm. It works on most any soft baby carrier and is simple to zip off and on. I had one of these and loved it! (Natural Mom Gear, $79.95)
Mama Jacket If you really want to go all out, this wool jacket provides extra warmth for both you and your baby in a front- or backpack. It can also be worn as a maternity coat. (ChildrensNeeds.com, $247)
How do you keep your baby warm when you're out and about in cold temperatures?