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6 baby-carrier covers you need this winter

It is getting cold out there. You wouldn’t be outside without a hat or gloves, or especially your coat, right? Bringing your baby out in the harsh winter weather wouldn’t be nice. But you can’t put your little one in a big coat and fit them into the car seat.

Plus, what if you aren’t even going to take your baby out of the seat? Why can’t you leave your little one in there and throw a blanket over him or her? Well, you are on the right track.

Baby-carrier covers are the solution to not wanting to mess with taking off and putting on thick coats but also keeping your little bundle bundled up for the weather. Let’s look at the coziest baby-carrier cover options for your little one.

Baby in a seat bundled up for winter cold
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Best Multipurpose Cover by YOOFOSS

This one is going to be good for the slightly chilly days. While this won’t be the best for whiteout blizzard walks to the car, this one will be great blocking wind from your baby’s face.

The best bit about this one is that is can be used for more than one thing, which gives you more room in your baby bag. Take it off and use it as a stroller cover or as a nursing cover. We love things that can be used more than once and for more than one purpose. The price isn’t too shabby, either. : Nursing Cover Breastfeeding Scarf – Baby Car Seat Covers, Infant Stroller Cover, Carseat Canopy for Girls and Boys by YOOFOSS : Baby

Car Seat Canopy by Kids N’ Such

This teepee-like car seat tent is super easy to use and makes getting your baby in and out pretty simple, too. All you have to do is attach it to the top of your carrier and drape it over the seat. You won’t have to worry about having to take this off and on like a fitted sheet.

If you do want to take it off, it’s just a few Velcro pieces. If you want to really snuggle your baby up and away from the elements, it has snaps all down the middle to make sure snow or rain stays off your baby. Car Seat Canopy and Nursing Cover Up with Peekaboo Opening – Arrow Navy: Baby

Cozy Cover Infant Car Seat Cover

If you want a super heavy-duty cover that will keep your little one snug in any weather, no matter how cold or wet, then this one should be on your radar. This super-thick and comfy car seat cover will make sure your baby stays toasty warm.

If you need to take your baby out quite a bit or live in a state that has some really harsh weather conditions, this would be a cover to get. It will work with most baby carriers and comes in a few colors, so you can find one to match your carrier. Cozy Cover Infant Car Seat Cover (Pink Quilt) – The Industry Leading Infant Carrier Cover Trusted by Over 6 Million Moms Worldwide for Keeping Your Baby Cozy & Warm: Baby

JANABEBÉ Universal Padded Cover

What if your baby finds their car seat is too cold when you try to put him or her in it? Your little one will kick, scream, and give you noodle limbs while you try to get them in the seat. So get this cover liner so that your baby’s seat is always warm and comfy.

You love your car seat warmers. You wouldn’t even get in the car without them anymore. This padded cover will go with almost any car seat. It will also hide any terrible stains that will never come out of the seat. JANABEBÉ Universal Padded Cover Liner for Baby Carriers and CAR SEAT (Compatible with Maxi-COSI MICO, CHICCO, BRITAX, ETC) (Dark Sky): Baby

JJ Cole Car Seat Cover

This car seat cover is nice because it isn’t too bulky. It won’t take up too much space if you have to take it off and put it in your bag. If it’s warmer out or at least warm enough, you can unzip the front to give your baby some extra air.

You’ll be able to use this with any carrier or stroller. This one is fleece lined and comes in a bunch of adorable color and pattern options to choose from. : JJ Cole Car Seat Cover, Teal Fractal : Baby

Carseat Canopy 5 Piece Whole Caboodle Set

Now this is a whole kit and set for those who want to have everything for any weather condition. You will get a lap blanket, head support, seat cover, seat umbrella, and slip cover.

Use all pieces together in the winter for complete coverage and warmth, or use certain pieces during other weather conditions. Carseat Canopy 5 Pc Whole Caboodle Baby Infant Car Seat Cover Kit with Minky Fabric (Chevy): Baby

Now you have all the info you need to find the right baby carrier winter cover for your needs. We gave you some great options to keep your most precious cargo warm in the winter.

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